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Jax Jaguars outgunned: At 4-8, season done?

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The 4-7 Jacksonville Jaguars needed a win against last place Tennessee on Sunday. And so did Coach Gus Bradley. According to a chart put out by fivethirtyeight.com, Coach Bradley is (barring a turnaround) the second most likely coach in the NFL to get axed at the end of the year. After Sunday’s shootout, a 42 to 39 loss to a last place team that hadn’t won at home in over a year, Genial Gus might be in what Ludacris would…

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For Jacksonville Jaguars, postseason begins now

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The Jacksonville Jaguars, at 4-5, are inspiring among fans the kind of optimism that the team hasn’t in close to a decade. That says a lot about how the team has underperformed. Names such as Blaine Gabbert, Mike Mularkey, and even Chad Henne (still on the roster and one injury away from being pressed into duty once more) are evocative of a vortex of despair that has surrounded the franchise since before Shad Khan bought it. Now, of course, if…

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For Cardiac Cats, “all gold everything” means a win

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On “All Gold Everything” Thursday night, the Jacksonville Jaguars needed a big win against AFC South rivals the Tennessee Titans. And got it. But damned if they didn’t have to work for it. Marcus Mariota came out firing for the road squad, getting the Titans near the Jags’ 30 on the first drive, throwing darts, and getting Tennessee in range for a 47 yard FG from reliable veteran Ryan Succop. Blake Bortles, down 3-0, went three and out and on his…

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In NY, the Jaguars need to be the bad guys … and enjoy it

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The 2-5 Jacksonville Jaguars, despite being three games under .500, have gotten a mini-wave of positive commentary since the London win two week ago. The gist of it: maybe they can actually win the division. Those theories are predicated on several assumptions; primary among them, the Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans, and Indianapolis Colts will continue to flounder. There are those who wonder how much longer before any or all of those teams make a coaching change. One has already; the…

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