The Jacksonville Jaguars Have Three Years Before It’s Too Late

June 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As the Jacksonville Jaguars enter the 2010 season, the team's future is in question.  After two sub-par seasons, head coach Jack Del Rio is definitely under the microscope, and his job may be on the line.
General Manager Gene Smith has had two drafts in his short tenure with the team, and most of the players selected in the first draft have already contributed quality time on the field.  Only time will tell if the players selected in the second draft do the same.
Unfortunately, time is not on Smith's or Del Rio's side.  The last two seasons have been less than stellar for the Jaguars, and with attendance a huge concern, another lackluster season could be disastrous.
Let's take a look at how this could play out.
First, three seasons of continuous television blackouts could drive NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to make decisions that do not favor the city of Jacksonville.  Goodell has made comments supporting the Jacksonville Jaguars, but a half-emp...

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