Last Season: 2-14, 2-4 division Playoffs: Missed the postseason Stat Leaders: QB Chad Henne (2,084 YDS, 11 TDS, 11 INTS); RB Maurice Jones-Drew (414 YDS, 1 TD); WR Cecil Shorts (979 YDS, 7 TDS); LB Paul Posluszny (139 TACKLES, 2.0 SACKS) The Buzz: Jacksonville and Kansas City battled for worst team in the NFL honors. How bad was last season? Maurice Jones-Drew, once the Jaguars' home-run rushing threat, managed just 414 yards before he was sidelined with a Lisfranc fracture. Worse yet, he was still Jacksonville's top rusher last season. The Jaguars easily could cycle through multiple quarterbacks during the upcoming season, with Blaine Gabbert doing little to show he deserves to be the franchise quarterback of the future. Justin Blackmon, arguably the team's most talented receiver, will miss the first four games of the season after violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. Jacksonville management hopes new head coach Gus Bradley , who has a strong defensive background, can at least help the Jaguars' defense improve. Luck Factor: Jacksonville will be lucky if Kansas City improves so the Jags have a clear shot at next year's No. 1 draft pick.
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