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magoo
07-09-2009, 10:00 PM
Since the Jaguars are on the Chiefs schedule i thought this may interest some here.

I wrote this item...

The Jaguars were 5-11 in 08

2009 Jacksonville Jaguars || The Jaguars road to the 2010 Super Bowl (http://www.2010-super-bowl.com/afc_south/Jaguars-7-8-2009.html)

With the moves they made can they rebound?

AussieChiefsFan
07-10-2009, 04:02 AM
Since the Jaguars are on the Chiefs schedule i thought this may interest some here.

I wrote this item...

The Jaguars were 5-11 in 08

2009 Jacksonville Jaguars || The Jaguars road to the 2010 Super Bowl (http://www.2010-super-bowl.com/afc_south/Jaguars-7-8-2009.html)

With the moves they made can they rebound?
Not like the chiefs will!

jmlamerson
07-10-2009, 11:25 AM
Since the Jaguars are on the Chiefs schedule i thought this may interest some here.

I wrote this item...

The Jaguars were 5-11 in 08

2009 Jacksonville Jaguars || The Jaguars road to the 2010 Super Bowl (http://www.2010-super-bowl.com/afc_south/Jaguars-7-8-2009.html)

With the moves they made can they rebound?

I liked the Jags offseason and draft, but I don't think they have a chance at the SB with this current nucleus. Garrard isn't a good enough QB to win games for the Jags. If he throws even one INT, the Jags have difficulty staying in the game. Torry Holt was a good addition, but he will only decline through 2009 and 2010. And they have an older defense that is declining.

Do the Jags have a shot at a 2009 playoff spot, or even the AFC South? Sure. The Colts are declining, the Texans don't wow me, and the Titans need 58-year-old Collins to stay healthy for a whole season to have a shot.

But I just don't see the Jags beating a team like the Steelers, Ravens, or Pats in the playoffs in 2009 or 2010. And I don't see Garrard beating the Chiefs at Arrowhead after we've built our defense back to respectibility.