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Jacksonville Jaguars 2010 NFL Football Future Lines

Jacksonville Jaguars Betting Odds – NFL Football Future Lines

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Let’s take a look at the numbers:

Last season – 7-9 SU, 5-11 ATS
Projection this season – 5-11 (fourth in AFC South)

Bill Parcells called it the Not-For-Long league, and it appears that the Jaguars’ time in northern Florida is coming to a close. The team has bled 23,000 season ticket holders in the last two years, and Roger Goodell seems intent on bringing football back to Los Angeles. You do the math.

If this is indeed the Jags’ last go-round in Jacksonville, it figures to be pretty much the same as the last two seasons – decent but nothing to be able to tell the grandkids about 30 years down the road. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

The defense will no long sit back in zone and wear down as offense put together long drives, but with few playmakers the new attacking style will leave it wide open to big plays.

Coach Jack Del Rio (57-55 in seven seasons) is one of the best in the business, and last season somehow had the Jags at 6-4. But the playoffs went down the toilet amid a 1-5 finish that did absolutely nothing to help ticket sales and prevent more local TV blackouts for this season.

The offense will once again be based on the playmaking ability of RB Maurice Jones-Drew, if for no other reason than the fact that quarterback David Garrard cannot win games with his arm.

Garrard can be effective in a no-frills passing attack, but the receivers (Michael Sims-Walker is decent but can’t stretch the field) are a mediocre bunch and the offensive line is a work in progress.

J-Ville’s defense wasn’t half bad before it ran out of gas in December, and the main concern this season is figuring out a way to get to the quarterback, which they did only 14 times last season.

The Jags are so desperate to upgrade their pass rush that they paid $26 million to free agent Aaron Kampman, who is coming off ACL surgery. The linebackers and secondary are average at best.

THE WAY IT LOOKS NOW – The Jags withstood local pressure and didn’t use their first-round pick on Tim Tebow, and have spent the offseason trying to sell tickets for a team that is fighting for attention in an area that loves the college game above all else. It doesn’t help that J-Ville has a tough first month (Denver, San Diego, Philadelphia and Indianapolis).

Given the cards Del Rio has been dealt, it’s hard to see the Jags finishing anywhere but fourth in the AFC South.

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Lawrence Paul is a regular contributor to the Cappers Picks Blog, and is a free-lance gambling and travel writer from Massachusetts.

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