Jacksonville Jaguars 2010 Season Predictions

July 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Jacksonville Jaguars finished up the 2009 season at a disappointing 7-9. The Jaguars were actually sitting at 7-5 and right in the middle of the playoff hunt, but all hopes for the postseason were ruined when the Jaguars finished the year on a four-game losing streak.
Heading into the 2010 season, head coach Jack Del Rio is on the hot seat, and if the Jaguars fail to improve, he is likely done in Jacksonville. Here is a look at what the Jaguars will bring to the table on both sides of the ball, plus my prediction on where they finish the year in the AFC South.
The Jaguars decided to stick with quarterback David Garrard this offseason, but it’s likely his last shot to prove he is the quarterback of the future for this organization. If Garrard struggles to get it going this season, look for backup Luke McCown to get a shot.
The Jaguars figure to have one of the top rushing attacks again in 2010 behind Pro Bowl back Maurice Jones-Drew, who...

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