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2011 NFL Offseason: Jacksonville Jaguars

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2011 NFL Season Preview:

Veteran Additions:
C Jason Spitz, DE Matt Roth, OLB Clint Session, ILB Paul Posluszny, CB Drew Coleman, SS Dawan Landry, P Matt Turk.
Early Draft Picks:
QB Blaine Gabbert, OT/G Will Rackley. WR Cecil Shorts, S Chris Prosinski.
Offseason Losses:
QB Trent Edwards, WR Mike Sims-Walker, OT Jordan Black, G Vince Manuwai, G Justin Smiley, DE Derrick Harvey, OLB Justin Durant, ILB Kirk Morrison, S Sean Considine, S Tyron Brackenridge, P Adam Podlesh.

2011 Jacksonville Jaguars Offense:
Points are going to be hard to come by this season for the Jaguars. The starting quarterback has lost support from the front office; the Pro Bowl running back has knee issues and isn't confident that he can last the whole season; last year's No. 1 receiver signed with the Rams; and a starting guard was cut because he showed up to training camp weighing close to 400 pounds. Other than that, everything is all fine and dandy in Jacksonville.

Beginning with the first item on that dubious list, general manager Gene Smith traded up from No. 16 to No. 10 in the 2011 NFL Draft in order to select quarterback Blaine Gabbert. Gabbert has the physical tools and intelligence to be a successful pro quarterback, but because of the shortened offseason, he won't be effective if he has to step in under center.

The bigger issue is Jacksonville has pretty much given up on David Garrard. Jack Del Rio has stated that he doesn't believe Garrard is an elite quarterback. That may sound like an obvious statement, but a coach shouldn't say something like that about his signal-caller. Smith apparently agreed with Del Rio, considering the team's first-round selection.

Of all the concerns posted in this first paragraph, Maurice Jones-Drew's knees are the most significant. Jones-Drew missed some action last season and subsequently had knee surgery. He told the media this offseason that he expects to shoulder less of a workload, and that prediction is apparently coming to fruition, as he's being limited in training camp. Jones-Drew is very unlikely to play all 16 games this year, so backup Rashad Jennings, who rushed for 108 yards and a touchdown against Houston in the finale, will have to step in.

If Jones-Drew misses time, Garrard won't really have anything to work with. Tight end Marcedes Lewis caught 10 touchdowns last season, but he had done nothing in his career before that. With a new 5-year, $35 million contract, it's reasonable to expect less than 100-percent effort from Lewis, especially if things start going bad.

As for the receivers, Mike Sims-Walker is gone, leaving Mike Thomas and Jason Hill as the starters in his wake. Thomas is a solid possession guy (66 catches, 820 yards), but he's definitely not a No. 1 receiver in this league. Hill shouldn't even be starting.

On the offensive line, overweight Vince Manuwai is gone, as mentioned previously. His replacement will be Packers reject Jason Spitz, who really figures to struggle as a starter. The good news though is that right tackle Eben Britton, who missed more than half of 2010, will be back in the lineup after undergoing shoulder surgery this offseason. Britton will reprise his role on the front across from third-year left tackle Eugene Monroe, who really needs to improve this season. Monroe was guilty of nine penalties and five sacks in 15 games during the 2010 campaign.

Another lineman who needs to progress for Jacksonville to be successful is right guard Uche Nwaneri, who was also responsible for five sacks - a very high total for a player at his position. In fact, the sole bright spot for the Jaguars' offensive line in 2010 was center Brad Meester, who could easily decline because he turned 34 a few months ago.



2011 Jacksonville Jaguars Defense:
The Jaguars spent quite a bit of money upgrading their front seven this offseason. Between inside linebacker Paul Posluszny, weakside linebacker Clint Session and strong safety Dawan Landry, Gene Smith handed out $99.5 million in total money and $38 million guaranteed.

Whether this Daniel Snyder-esque strategy works or not, at least Smith tried. Houston's pass defense was a running joke this past offseason, but Jacksonville's unit was actually worse statistically; the Jaguars permitted an 8.3 YPA compared to the Texans' 8.2.

Will these moves work though? Landry is definitely an upgrade over the dreadful Don Carey, but because the Jaguars don't have a legitimate free safety, he'll have to play that position. Courtney Greene, a liability in pass coverage, will play Landry's natural strong safety position.

At cornerback, Rashean Mathis and Derek Cox will resume their roles as the team's starters. Mathis, turning 31 prior to the season opener, had a pretty sub par 2010 campaign. Cox, meanwhile, wasn't any better; he was flagged for nine penalties.

The re-made linebacking corps will be the strength of Jacksonville's defense, though that was the case last year. Paul Posluszny, replacing Kirk Morrison, is great when healthy, while strongside linebacker Daryl Smith is perennially underrated. The Clint Session signing, however, was a bit questionable. Session is a marginal player at best, and the track history of Colts players contributing elsewhere is pretty bleak.

All of this is nice, but the name of the game defensively in the NFL is applying pressure on the quarterback, which is something the Jaguars can't do. The team finished tied for 29th in sacks last season with 26, and figures to be around that area in 2011.

Starting defensive end Aaron Kampman, 32 in November, is coming off a second torn ACL in as many years. He's a long shot to be effective, so it'll be up to right end Jeremy Mincey to disrupt the opposing backfield. Mincey showed some promise at the end of the 2010 campaign, registering four sacks in his final seven games, but is far from a proven commodity. Newly signed Matt Roth will also be in the mix, but he's playing out of his element; he's a 3-4 player stuck in the 4-3.

It's conceivable that defensive tackle Tyson Alualu could lead the team in sacks this year. Alualu was considered a reach as the No. 10 overall selection in the 2010 NFL Draft. While he played pretty well as a rookie in some aspects (3.5 sacks), he was washed away against the run, which was the knock on him coming out of Cal. Alualu is far from a bust - no one said he would be - but he's definitely not 10th-overall pick material.

Alualu was part of the reason Jacksonville was 31st against the rush in 2010 (4.8 YPC allowed), and the team will be near the bottom of that list if nose tackle Terrance Knighton doesn't get his act together. Knighton is a monstrous run-stuffer who was great for the Jaguars last season, but he is currently out of shape in training camp. As of Aug. 8, he hasn't even practiced.



2011 Jacksonville Jaguars Schedule and Intangibles:
Jacksonville's hot and humid climate contributed to its outstanding 77-43 home record since 1995, excluding a fluke 2008 campaign in which the team went 2-6 as hosts.

Josh Scobee mustered the worst kicking percentage in his career in 2009, going just 18-of-28 for 64.3 percent. He improved a bit last year, hitting 22-of-28 attempts (78.6%), though he was 2-of-2 from 50-plus.

The Jaguars have downgraded their punter; they've gone from Adam Podlesh, who booted nearly half of his attempts inside the 20 despite maintaining a solid 43.8 average, to 43-year-old Matt Turk, who averaged 42.1 yards per punt.

Jacksonville had a punt return touchdown from Mike Thomas, but allowed a kickoff return score to the opposition. Still, the team had the better return averages, including Deji Karim's 25.0 on kickoffs and Mike Thomas' 10.5 on punts.

As for the schedule, the Jaguars have a pretty tough slate. Between Weeks 6 and 10, they must face Pittsburgh (road), Baltimore (home), Houston (road) and Indianapolis (road). At the end of the year, five of the final six opponents are Houston (home), San Diego (home), Tampa Bay (home), Atlanta (road) and Indianapolis (home).



2011 Jacksonville Jaguars Positional Rankings (1-5 stars):

Quarterbacks
Offensive Line
Secondary
Running Backs
Defensive Line
Special Teams
Receivers
Linebackers
Coaching


2011 Jacksonville Jaguars Analysis: Are the Jaguars building for the future, or are they trying to win now? General manager Gene Smith doesn't seem to know, as his wishy-washy offseason could capsize the team. On one hand, Smith is looking toward the future by spending such a high pick on an eventual replacement for David Garrard. On the other hand, spending $100 million on three veterans in free agency says Smith plans on making the playoffs this year.

The Carolina Panthers tried this strategy last year and failed. The same with the Philadelphia Eagles when they drafted Kevin Kolb. It's confusing, and it sends mixed signals to the locker room. As with Fox in Carolina, Jack Del Rio could find himself out of a job at the end of the year. It'll be surprising if Jacksonville is even mediocre; they could easily just bottom out like the Panthers did this past season.

Projection: 4-12 (4th in AFC South)


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football guy 07-16-2013 03:35 am xxx.xxx.xxx.169 (total posts: 1)
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We have some winnable games and a serious MJD now and if gabbert doesn't prove himself this year he's gone so we should start finding answers
The Doctor 07-12-2013 02:10 am xxx.xxx.xxx1.26 (total posts: 1)
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So it's "incompetence" to take a guy that you said should be taken with the first pick of the draft?

You just are in love with Tebow to the point where your first born son will probably be called "Tebow".

The Jags will be rewarded for making a 'bad pick' as you call it? What pray tell should they have done about the QB position? I'm sure your obsession with Tebow would have you say "PICK UP TEBOW!" despite the fact that he's never going to cut it as a starting QB. Reach for a QB in the second round instead of bolstering the defense?

Dave Caldwell is a lot smarter than you are, and as much as I dislike Gene Smith, he is too. Your analysis is weak as always -- the same drivel repeated over and over. Doing a quick search on the internet to see what the general opinion is, and mixing in a little of your own (The philosophy of "NEED NEED NEED")
aaron b 07-08-2013 07:53 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.255 (total posts: 3)
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LoL is Back-
We have a rival for Kenny! Gabbert came out in 2011!
aaron b 07-08-2013 07:51 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.255 (total posts: 3)
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Oh, just saw the mighty football mind Kenny is a Tebow fan! Now it all makes sense, youre not an idiot- youre just a brainwashed idiot!
LoL is Back 07-07-2013 05:06 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.167 (total posts: 1)
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I just want everyone to know I called Gabbert to be a monster bust back in 2010 and that all of his hype was due to triangle numbers and this affinity with 6'5 230lbs. QB's with an arm. The dude is terrible and was and never will be a good NFL QB. You don't play as terrible as he has over his first 3 years and all of a sudden get it. He's done and the Jags will be picking from Bridgewater and co. in 2014. Just hope the Jags' front office isn't too stupid and take Clowney.
aaron b 07-05-2013 02:55 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.255 (total posts: 3)
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Funny in your Titans preview you say Locker needs time as its only year 3, but yet Gabbert is by far the worst qb in the league????? How were your math grades in school? Being Gabbert is younger and was picked 2 spots lower in THE SAME DRAFT, this wouldnt make sense!
Kenny 06-30-2013 04:06 pm xxx.xxx.xxx9.30 (total posts: 2)
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(bottom part of my last post got cut off)
Here are the QB's the Jags currently have: Blaine Gabbert(bust, you can't coach away fear of getting hit). Chad Henne(good backup. Mike Kafka(barely a 3rd stringer). Denard Robinson(listed as RB, could be a wildcat option). Jordan Rodgers(weak arm, famous brother). Matt Scott(big arm, raw talent, huge upside, at one point projected to go as high as round 2). This season the Jags are all but guaranteed to have more losses then wins. When (not if) Gabbert falters, Scott is the logical choice to take over. They need to at least give someone else a shot in 2013 during the wait for the QB heavy 2014 draft. Am I wrong? If so which QB is more likely to play than Matt Scott?
Kenny 06-30-2013 03:57 pm xxx.xxx.xxx9.30 (total posts: 2)
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(bottom part of my last post got cut off)
Here are the QB's the Jags currently have:
Kenny 06-30-2013 11:44 am xxx.xxx.xxx.142 (total posts: 1)
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OK, I understand the negativity towards unwavering commitment that myself and most of north Florida have for Tebow. However, I am positive that Matt Scott will be starting for the Jags at some point during the season. If he doesn't produce they might even give Aaron Rodgers younger brother Jordan a shot(assuming he makes the team). Here are the QB's the Jags currently have:
Lance 06-29-2013 02:39 pm xxx.xxx.xxx3.68 (total posts: 1)
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This was an lazy analysis.
Kenny 06-26-2013 10:42 pm xxx.xxx.xxx3.95 (total posts: 1)
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Actually, they out ta go ahead and let Robinson get some reps at QB. Can't hurt!
Kenny 06-25-2013 03:11 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.223 (total posts: 1)
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I still think we should have signed Tebow. At least there would be something to be excited about. Problem is, he would win a couple on his own. That could cost us our number 1 overall pick. I still can't get past dumbass Gene Smith passing on Russell Wilson to get a punter in the 2012 draft. I do think Matt Scott was a steal as an UDFA. He has the potential to be just as good as any QB take in the draft, in my opinion. Hopefully he will get a chance to start after the season starts 0-7.
Kyle 06-25-2013 01:39 pm xxx.xxx.xxx3.74 (total posts: 1)
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Gabbert is a coward? Walt, I would like to see a 300 pound end tee off on you, and see if you are a coward.
Rich C 06-25-2013 01:12 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.140 (total posts: 1)
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Walt is a Jags hater. His opinion is skewed.
Vince 06-25-2013 09:27 am xxx.xxx.xxx3.99 (total posts: 1)
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Denard Robinson is being slated as MJD's backup at halfback.





2011 NFL Draft Grades:

What is Jacksonville's plan? Apparently, the team doesn't plan on winning now, which has to be a major slap in the face to David Garrard and Jack Del Rio. Otherwise, they wouldn't have used most of their 2011 NFL Draft resources on Blaine Gabbert. This is not an indictment on Gabbert; rather just an observation that a front office is sending mixed signals and doesn't appear to be on the same page as its coach, a la the 2010 Carolina Panthers. And we all saw what happened there.

I only liked two of the Jaguars' picks. Will Rackley and Cecil Shorts could both start in 2011.

Unfortunately, that's the only nice thing I have to say about Jacksonville's draft. The team did not improve its weak pass rush or its abysmal secondary, and it reached twice with its early Day 3 selections.

Overall 2011 NFL Draft Grade given on 5/1/11: D



2011 NFL Draft Individual Grades:

10. Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri
New regimes mean new quarterbacks. Just not in Jacksonville. This pick is a little weird. What happens if the Jaguars stink next year - very possible - and Jack Del Rio is fired? Suddenly, Gene Smith will have to find a coach who wants to work with Blaine Gabbert.

I think Gabbert will be OK. I like the fact that he can sit behind David Garrard for a year or two - but this sends a message that the Jaguars are not ready to win now. I can't imagine Del Rio is too pleased about this. (Pick Grade: C)

76. Will Rackley, OT/G, Lehigh
The Jaguars moved up four spots to select Will Rackley. This is pretty good value because Rackley was projected by some as a second-round prospect. Jacksonville had to improve its offensive line, and Rackley could be the answer. (Pick Grade: A)

114. Cecil Shorts, WR, Mount Union
Cecil Shorts is definitely a Gene Smith player. The Jaguars had to upgrade their abysmal receiving corps, and Shorts definitely fits the range in the middle of Round 4. (Pick Grade: B)

121. Chris Prosinski, S, Wyoming
I didn't have Chris Prosinski as a draftable prospect, so I wanted to see where other services ranked him. Scouts Inc. had Prosinski as the No. 39 safety in this class. #SMH. (Pick Grade: F)

147. Rod Isaac, DB, Middle Tennessee State
I'll be honest. I have absolutely no idea who this is. I just looked on NFL Draft Scout, and he's their No. 518 player. Ouch. (Pick Grade: Z-)





Season Summary:
All the Jaguars had to do was beat the Colts in Week 15, and the divisional crown was theirs. Indianapolis won, 34-24, and Jacksonville would go on to lose its remaining games. This season wasn't a complete failure, however. The Jaguars actually sold tickets this year, which was a big step toward keeping the team from moving to Los Angeles.




Offseason Moves:
  • Jaguars re-sign TE Marcedes Lewis
  • Broncos sign DE Derrick Harvey
  • Raiders sign QB Trent Edwards
  • Jaguars sign S Dawan Landry
  • Rams sign WR Mike Sims-Walker
  • Jaguars sign CB Drew Coleman
  • Jaguars cut S Tyron Brackenridge
  • Jaguars cut G Vince Manuwai
  • Jaguars cut DE Derrick Harvey
  • Jaguars sign C Jason Spitz
  • Jaguars sign P Matt Turk
  • Jaguars sign OLB Clint Session
  • Panthers sign SS Sean Considine
  • Jaguars cut G Justin Smiley
  • Bears sign P Adam Podlesh
  • Lions sign OLB Justin Durant
  • Jaguars sign OLB Paol Posluszny
  • Jaguars sign WR Armon Binns
  • Jaguars sign ILB Scott Lutrus
  • Jaguars re-sign WR Jason Hill
  • Jaguars re-sign CB David Jones
  • Jaguars re-sign QB Luke McCown
  • Jaguars cut OT Jordan Black


    Offseason Needs:
    1. Defensive End: The Jaguars finished with just 26 sacks this season. Aaron Kampman has suffered two ACL tears in the past two years, and can no longer be counted on as a starter on the defensive line. Jacksonville will have tons of options with the 16th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, including Ryan Kerrigan, Aldon Smith and J.J. Watt. Signed Matt Roth

    2. Two Safeties: The free safety position (Don Carey) is more dire than strong safety (Courtney Greene), but both slots absolutely must be addressed this offseason. Multiple Day 2 picks could be spent to help this area. Signed Dawan Landry; drafted Chris Prosinski

    3. Cornerback: As you can see, Jacksonville's secondary has numerous holes. Derek Cox is often torched and can't continue to start across from Rashean Mathis. A Day 2 selection will probably be spent on an upgrade. Signed Drew Coleman; drafted Rod Isaac

    4. Wide Receiver: Mike Sims-Walker, a free agent, probably won't be back next year. The Jaguars will have to find a new starting wideout across from Mike Thomas. If Julio Jones falls to No. 16 in the 2011 NFL Draft, he might be the pick. Drafted Cecil Shorts; signed Armon Binns

    5. Weakside Linebacker: The oft-injured Justin Durant is a free agent. If he's not retained, Jacksonville will need a replacement. Signed Clint Session

    6. Quarterback: The Jaguars need a young quarterback to groom behind David Garrard. They may spend a Day 2 selection on someone like Pat Devlin or Nathan Enderle. Drafted Blaine Gabbert

    7. Offensive Line Depth: Jacksonville needs to do better than Jordan Black as a swing tackle behind Eugene Monroe and Eben Britton. Black was abysmal in 2010. Signed Jason Spitz; drafted Will Rackley








    2011 NFL Free Agent Signings:
    1. Paul Posluszny, ILB, Bills. Age: 26.
      Signed with Jaguars (6 years)

      The centerpiece of Buffalo's defense, Paul Posluszny had 151 tackles in 2010. The Bills can't afford to let him go.

    2. Dawan Landry, SS, Ravens. Age: 28.
      Signed with Jaguars

      Already a terrific run-support safety, Dawan Landry improved his coverage skills this past season.

    3. Matt Roth, DE/OLB, Browns. Age: 28.
      Signed with Jaguars (1 year, $3 million)

      I'm not sure if Math Roth was hurt or not down the stretch, but he struggled late in the year after starting out really well.

    4. Clint Session, OLB, Colts. Age: 26.
      Signed with Jaguars (5 years, $30 million)

      The Colts missed Clint Session last year; he played in only five games because of an elbow injury.

    5. Drew Coleman, CB, Jets. Age: 28. -- Re-signed with Jaguars (3 years, $7.4 million)
    6. Jason Spitz, C, Packers. Age: 28. -- Signed with Jaguars (3 years)
    7. Scott Lutrus, ILB, Connecticut. Age: 23. -- Signed with Jaguars
    8. Armon Binns, WR, Cincinnati. Age: 21. -- Signed with Jaguars
    9. Matt Turk, P, Texans. Age: 43. -- Signed with Jaguars



    Jacksonville Jaguars Free Agents:

    Salary Cap: No cap.
    1. Adam Podlesh, P, Jaguars. Age: 28.
      Signed with Bears (5 years)

      Adam Podlesh averaged 43.8 yards per punt with nearly half of his attempts planted inside the 20.

    2. Marcedes Lewis, TE, Jaguars. Age: 27.
      Franchised by Jaguars

      Marcedes Lewis finally lived up to expectations, catching 58 balls for 700 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2010. Isn't it a bit convenient though that he finally played well when he was in his contract year? Be careful, Jags.

    3. Kirk Morrison, ILB, Jaguars. Age: 29.
      Kirk Morrison is a decent middle linebacker who thrives in run support. He's not terrible in coverage, but could be better in that department.

    4. Mike Sims-Walker, WR, Jaguars. Age: 26.
      Signed with Rams (1 year)

      Mike Sims-Walker had a very good year in 2009 (63 catches, 869 yards, 7 TDs), but struggled with various leg injuries the past two seasons. He's a quality No. 2 wideout if he can stay healthy. That's a big if, however.

    5. Justin Durant, OLB, Jaguars. Age: 25.
      Signed with Lions (2 years)

      Justin Durant is a quality weakside linebacker, but is frequently injured.

    6. Derrick Harvey, DE, Jaguars. Age: 24.
      Signed with Broncos

      Derrick Harvey was the eighth pick in the 2008 NFL Draft. He's been a huge bust, but he's still really young, so perhaps he can develop into a solid pass-rusher with a better coaching staff.

    7. Courtney Greene (ERFA), SS, Jaguars. Age: 24.
      Courtney Greene plays the run well as an in-the-box strong safety, but really struggles in coverage.

    8. Luke McCown, QB, Jaguars. Age: 30.
      Re-signed with Jaguars (1 year)

      Back in August, I predicted that Luke McCown would supplant David Garrard as the starter this year. McCown came in for an ineffective Garrard in Week 2, but tore his ACL amid going 11-of-19 for 120 yards. McCown is a quality backup who won't kill a team if he has to start for a few games.

    9. Jason Hill, WR, Jaguars. Age: 26. -- Re-signed with Jaguars (2 years)
    10. Jordan Black, OT, Jaguars. Age: 31. -- Signed with Saints
    11. William Middleton (ERFA), CB, Jaguars. Age: 25.
    12. Sean Considine, SS, Jaguars. Age: 28. -- Signed with Panthers (1 year)
    13. Justin Smiley, G, Jaguars. Age: 29.
    14. Vince Manuwai, G, Jaguars. Age: 31.
    15. Leger Douzable (RFA), DT, Jaguars. Age: 25.
    16. David Jones, CB, Jaguars. Age: 25. -- Re-signed with Jaguars
    17. Trent Edwards, QB, Jaguars. Age: 27. -- Signed with Raiders
    18. Tyron Brackenridge, S, Jaguars. Age: 27.
    19. Zach Potter, TE, Jaguars. Age: 25.
    20. Bryan Smith, DE/OLB, Jaguars. Age: 27.
    21. Todd Bouman, QB, Jaguars. Age: 39.


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    Divisional Rival History:
    Houston Texans: The Jaguars have won four of the past six, including that crazy Hail Mary game.
    Indianapolis Colts: Most of these games are close; 15 of the past 18 meetings have been decided by eight points or fewer. The Jaguars won one of the black-sheep contests, 44-17 on Dec. 10, 2006. David Garrard got hurt in the other. The third was a three-point game until a very late Indianapolis touchdown.
    Tennessee Titans: If you watched old and improved NFL Primetime you might remember that Chris Berman always said, "The Titans know all and tell all at Alltel Stadium." That's definitely true; Tennessee has won six of the previous nine in this heated rivalry.



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