There are still major concerns for the Jacksonville Jaguars as they head into the 2020 regular season.
The NFL’s regular season is less than 100 days away. The Jacksonville Jaguars and the other 31 teams are waiting to get back inside their stadium and resume the offseason preparation that has walked through virtually so far.
It’s been an offseason like no other. This will be regarded as one of the most difficult and strangest in team history. All the while, head coach Doug Marrone has praised his players and coaches for making the adjustments needed to be on schedule and using what they have learned in a classroom-like setting.
Hopefully, the knowledge the players have retained will be easily processed once they are given the chance to run onto the practice fields and prove they are not the worst team in the NFL, as many believe to be so.
We can all say a few prayers until the team is allowed to move around on the plush grass in the hot summer months in Duval County.
Looking at the team’s roster, this is one of the youngest team’s in the league, which could be a cause for concern. While the skill players look to be faster and potentially more athletic than last season, it doesn’t necessarily mean they will be better.
Again, please send prayers.
As the days get hotter and fans continue to clamor for football, the season moves closer to the regular-season date. And with that comes four areas of concern the Jacksonville Jaguars have as they get closer to training camp.