Describing Todman, Bradley said, "I think that with his speed, he's got really good speed and he can get to the edge. Outside zone plays have been good for him. The inside zone plays he can do that but in a goal-line situation when they bring heavier personnel in, it may be a bit more of a challenge, but I guess until he tries (running him inside from the 1), we don't know."
Henne said of the call from the 1, "That's what we called and we've got to make it work. Whether instead of stretching it, we hit the hole. We can't have a negative play. We'll deal with it and evaluate what we called and how we ran it. It all comes down to us as players to make the best decision with the play."
He added, "The thing about it was the defense wasn't even lined up. They started on the left side and running to the right, so we figure we'd get it snapped and punch it in, but they made a good play there."
--Even though the Jaguars decided not to let Jordan Todman go up the middle from the 1-yard line in the final four minutes and he was thrown for a four-yard loss on a sweep right when the blocking broke down, his first NFL start was a positive experience.
A sixth-round pick by the Chargers in 2011 who was waived by both the Chargers and Vikings before being signed off the Vikings practice squad a year ago last November, Todman showed he can carry the load as a starter even though he had only 43 carries for 138 yards all year.
Filling in for ailing Maurice Jones-Drew, he rushed 25 times for 109 yards and caught four passes for 44 yards against the Buffalo Bills Sunday.
"I feel like this has been my dream to one day be a starter. I've been putting in the work through the preseason and throughout the season. I'm a firm believer in everything happens for a reason. Today was a perfect example because I had the opportunity to do that. And when my time comes, I want to make sure I'm ready for it," he said.
Still, it was a bittersweet moment for Todman because the Jaguars lost 27-20.
"Personal and individual goals are cool, but that isn't as important as a win. I would trade that to go away and leave with a W and feeling good and celebrating my team in the locker room right now. It's football, the stats are there, but they aren't really that important," he said.
Bradley said, "I was really pleased with the second half, really pleased. He competed in the first half, but he stepped it up more. Almost like as he played more and more, he got more of a comfort level."
On consecutive drives in the second half, he had a 33-yard run and went 30 yards with a pass.
Henne said, "He's done a great job all year. Coming in for Mojo, giving him a break a couple of times. He runs hard. He has that extra burst, extra speed outside."
Todman said he wasn't surprised by going over 100 yards and said he got a lot of help from good blocking.
"I knew I had the ability to go over 100 yards and they helped me, they did their job and we put it together and I am happy," he said.
NFL Team Report - Jacksonville Jaguars - STRATEGY AND PERSONNEL
--RB Jordan Todman gained 109 yards on 25 carries in his first NFL start and caught four passes for 44 yards.