3 adjustments Jaguars need to make to turn 2022 season around

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Through 10 weeks (11 if you count the Bye) of the 2022 NFL season, the Jacksonville Jaguars have shown that they are not the same team they were the past three or four years. For starters, the coaching staff has proven to be competent at the very least.

Also, the Jags’ talent level is sufficient enough to have kept them within striking distance in almost every game this season. Although there’s still work to be done, their depth is much better than it was last year.

And most of all, the quarterback play has been one of the more promising situations in the league. Trevor Lawrence has certainly shown vast improvement as far as his pocket presence, accuracy, confidence, and overall understanding of the game.

The Jaguars are far from a finished product, can finish 2022 strong

Jacksonville Jaguars HC Doug Pederson and QB Trevor Lawrence (16) at TIAA Bank Field. Mandatory Credit: Matt Pendleton-USA TODAY Sports /

However, as much as the Jaguars have improved compared to seasons past, they are still 3-7, good enough for third place in the AFC South. It’s not exactly a situation most fans would like to see their team be in. Looking at the record at face value, it would seem that Jacksonville has only made minimal strides in their attempt to be a winning franchise again.

But if you look closer, you’ll see that they are tantalizingly close to being not just a winning team, but a playoff contender with the intangibles most teams and fan bases dream of.

Below, you will find three adjustments that the Jaguars need to make to finally push themselves over the curve and into the stratosphere of being a consistently winning NFL franchise again.