How Jacksonville Jaguars reached 100th loss under Shahid Khan
The Jacksonville Jaguars from the top down.
This team has done a subpar job from the top down and there is no other way to look at it. General manager Dave Caldwell is 39-86 since he took over in 2013 and head coach Doug Marrone is 25-38 since Week 14 in 2016 when Gus Bradley was relieved of his duties. Also, the team is only 12-30 since the start of the 2018 season.
Unfortunately, despite all the changes this Jacksonville team has made, the roster turnaround the franchise has gone through in the last few years and multiple win-now mandates from Khan himself, nothing has changed, and that is the most damming truth of it all.
NFL owners are not meant to be heavily involved in football decisions. They never have been outside of a few guys here and there such as Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and the New England Patriots’ Robert Kraft.
However, they are expected to put the right football people in place that know how to run an NFL team, and if they don’t have them, it’s the owner’s responsibility to remove the people currently in place and hire the right ones. That’s all he has to do, and something Khan hasn’t done when he has had to.