After finishing 1-15 in 2020, the Jacksonville Jaguars have started making significant changes to the organization in order to turn things around. After moving on from Doug Marrone, they hired Urban Meyer as their new head coach. Also, they give David Caldwell the pink slip and promoted Trent Baalke from director of player personnel to general manager.
It’s likely both Baalke and Meyer are currently busy looking for ways to improve the team. However, they should take a break to watch Super Bowl 55, where the defending champs, the Kansas City Chiefs, will take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
This is going to be a historic matchup and one the Jaguars’ brass shouldn’t miss. Even though they won’t be on the field at the same time, Tom Brady, arguably the greatest NFL quarterback of all time, will face Patrick Mahomes, the best signal-caller at this moment. Also, the ‘Bucs’ will be the first team to play the Super Bowl at its host stadium, Raymond James Stadium.
Baalke doesn’t seem like the kind that is interested in watching the Weekend’s Super Bowl halftime show, so here are a few reasons why he should still tune in and three lessons he can learn from the teams that will take the field.