The Jacksonville Jaguars are doing their best to maintain their firm grip on the bottom of power rankings across the web. With the trade of Eugene Monroe to the Baltimore Ravens essentially announcing David Caldwell’s intentions to look ahead toward next offseason, the Jaguars should have no problem finishing with the worst record in the NFL.
Retaining the bottom spot will only get easier, as the Jaguars are likely shopping around other veterans to stockpile draft picks. Here’s how the rankings shook out on some of the sites around the web.
32. Jacksonville has been outscored by 98 points, twice as many as all but two teams. Better beat the Rams, because going to Denver in Week 6 may be the year’s worst game.
32. They are really bad. Is 0-16 possible? You bet it is. Could they beat the 1995 Jaguars? Doubt it.
32. OK, Power Rankings peeps, we’ve tried like heck to find something wonderful to write about the Jaguars, which is like attempting to write a glowing review for ”2012″, John Cusack notwithstanding. That said, can the Blaine Gabbert experiment end now? On Sunday, he made his 26th career start for Jacksonville, and there apparently has been zero development in his game.
Forget the three interceptions versus the Colts. Gabbert’s career passer rating is well below 70, and yet he’s out there starting. Now, back to those three interceptions. The coaching staff told Gabbert to play more “loose.” Well, he did. Jags fans deserve a better product than this.
32. Countdown to Clowney (or Teddy Ticker, since Blaine Gabbert isn’t really a long-term solution): Seven months and eight days.
Fansided: 32. Jacksonville Jaguars
- Daniel Lago
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