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Overview of the Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jaguars were a surprise choice to be admitted to the NFL as an expansion franchise in 1995. The Jaguars wasted no time making the playoffs; qualifying as a wild card in just their second season. The franchise qualified for the playoffs four seasons in a row but never made it to the Super Bowl. Since the divisional realignment, in 2002, the Jaguars have not won their division and have qualified for the playoffs just twice.

Statistics Overview of the Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jaguars entered the NFL in 1995. They have played their home matches, since entering the league, at EverBank Field. The Jaguars are yet to win a Super Bowl or AFC Conference Championship. The franchise has won their division on two occasions and qualified for the playoffs six times. They have an overall record of 144-160 and a playoffs record of 5-6. The Tennessee Titans are their biggest divisional rival.

Conference: AFC
Established: 1995
Stadium: EverBank Field (1995- present)
Super Bowl Championships: 0
Conference Championships: 0
Division Championships: 2 (1998, 1999)
Playoff Appearances:: 6 (1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2005, 2007)
Overall Record: 144-160
Playoff Record: 5-6
Biggest Rivals: Tennessee Titans
Head Coach: Gus Bradley
Legenday Players: Tony Boselli, Jimmy Smith, Fred Taylor, Jimmy Smith

Jacksonville Jaguars: Star Players for 2014

Quarterback: Chad Henne

Chad Henne played college football at the University of Michigan, where he became the second all-time true freshman starting QB in Michigan history. His professional career began when he was drafted by the Miami Dolphins fifty-seventh overall in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He played with them until 2011, when he became a free agent as the Dolphins chose not to re-sign him. Henne signed a two-year deal with the Jaguars in 2012. He started the final six games of the season for the team after QB Blaine Gabbert was injured. In 2013 Gabbert was again ruled out due to injury and Henne became the starter for fifteen games. He rushed for over 3,000 yards and scored thirteen touchdowns. Though the Jaguars had a poor season, another chance at starting could strengthen Henne with the Jaguars.

Offensive Star: Maurice Jones-Drew

Maurice Jones-Drew was the 60th pick of the 2006 NFL draft. The five foot seven Jones-Drew was considered by many to be too short to be a starting NFL running back but has proved many doubters wrong in his career thus far. Jones-Drew has been a Pro Bowl and All-Pro selection on three occasions. In 2011 he broke the Jaguars single-season record for rushing yards, was the NFL rushing leader and NFL Alumni Player of the Year. Following a contract dispute prior to the 2012 season, Jones-Drew looked heavily out of sorts for the majority of the season. However he bounced back in 2013, starting in fifteen games with 803 yards rushed and 5 touchdowns scored.

Defensive Star: Paul Posluszny

Paul Posluszny was selected by the Buffalo Bills with the 34th pick of the 2007 NFL draft. Posluszny was named as starting middle linebacker in his rookie season and started the season well before breaking his arm in week three. He returned in 2008 and had an excellent season, being named Buffalo Bills defensive MVP. Posluszny had another injury affected season in 2009 but still average over eight tackles a game and did the same in 2010. He signed with the Jaguars for the 2011 season and was their defensive standout, recording big numbers and playing all sixteen matches for the first time since 2008. Posluszny's 2013 stats were even better than his strong ones in 2012. He managed 161 tackles, three sacks, and two INTs. He made the Pro Bowl for the first time in 2013 as well as winning the AFC Defensive Player of the Week in week 10. Posluszny is going from strength to strength, and will help the Jaguars in their 2014 season.

Head Coach: Gus Bradley

Following a horror 2012 season that saw a record of just 2-14, the Jaguars parted ways with head coach Mike Mularkey after just one season and announced Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley as their new leading man on January 17th 2013. Bradley began his NFL career in 2006 at Florida's counterpart the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as linebackers coach. His first season with the Jaguars was rocky, ending with a record of 4-12. Hopefully he can find his groove come 2014.

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