Jacksonville Jaguars: 3 Reasons for optimism in 2020

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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA – AUGUST 15: Head coach Doug Marrone of the Jacksonville Jaguars enters the field before the start of a preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles at TIAA Bank Field on August 15, 2019 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images)

The Jacksonville Jaguars hold out hope that the changes the team has made so far this offseason will lead to more change that will lead to a better future for the franchise.

Per various sources, the NFL will continue with their offseason shenanigans this week as free agency officially opens on Wednesday. It also signals the official start of the 2020 season. the Jacksonville Jaguars have been working for the past few weeks as though the organization has already turned the page on what was a disaster of a 2019 campaign.

Someone go ahead and cue the Bob Seger music for me.

Jacksonville isn’t the only NFL team that appears headed for another dreaded rebuild of the franchise. However, changes in recent weeks and the ire of the fan base that still want to see an overhaul of the front office have not given anyone pause to relax for a moment to decipher whether a change is good for this team.

What I can say about my football fan brethren is they are passionate about the black and teal and hope this season ends their two years of misery.

With the team full of needs and the chances of signing big-name free agents still a 50-50 chance, what does this team do? The franchise appears to once again be in a rebuilding process that can only mean it will take more than one season to make things better in North Florida.

We fans wait with anticipation.

While it seems like the front office is sinking quicker than the Titanic and players are being moved to other cities, there is some hope for the future. Not all is lost here in Jacksonville. Here are three reasons for optimism in 2020.

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