Jacksonville Jaguars: Jags’ have plenty of needs entering the off-season

February 12, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

At the start of Week 14 of the 2010 season, the Jaguars were one game up on the Colts for first place in the division, and entered Lucas Oil stadium for a showdown with Indy. A win would have brought the first ever AFC South division title home to Jacksonville.
Unfortunately, the story didn't end the way the Jags' fans would have liked. It was this loss that set up the free fall that Jack Del Rio's Jaguars endured the final three weeks of the season, resulting in the widespread belief that Del Rio would, after eight years with the team, finally be fired.
Instead, Wayne Weaver showed his continuous faith in Del Rio, and opted to retain him as coach for the 2011 season.
Whether or not the impending labor stoppage was the deciding factor in Weaver's decision (Del Rio is owed $10 million over the next two years), all signs point to Del Rio leading the Jags for another season.
Weaver did however, make two statements on his coach's future: he will no longer run the d...

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