What We’re Learning About the 2013 Jacksonville Jaguars

December 14, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Jacksonville Jaguars were the NFL's laughing stock until November, but now, they hold the AFC's longest winning streak—three games—and the future appears drastically brighter than it did just a few weeks ago. 
While the 2013 season will almost assuredly end with Gus Bradley's team falling short of the postseason‚ there've been a handful of encouraging developments this year. 
Here's what we've learned about the future of the Jaguars organization.
What Steady Quarterback Play Can Do
During the Jaguars 4-1 stretch, quarterback Chad Henne has completed 98-of-164 passes (59.7 percent) at 6.01 yards per attempt with five touchdown passes and five interceptions. 
Relative to just about any other signal-caller in the NFL, those aren't good numbers. 
But based on the standard set by Blaine Gabbert and Henne himself over the past few seasons, those numbers have been pretty good.
Take a look:
While Jack...

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