Jacksonville Jaguars: Updated Game-by-Game Outlook for 2012

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Jacksonville Jaguars: Updated Game-by-Game Outlook for 2012
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I've got a confession to make.

Before the season, I did not expect the Jacksonville Jaguars to be a great team by any stretch of the imagination, but I did expect signs of improvement from an abysmal 2011.

I did expect the team to win a couple more games than it did in 2011.

I also expected the team to be in most, if not all, of their games.

Well, the Jaguars have started 1-4 and are on pace to finish 4-12, worse than their 5-11 finish a year ago.

Through five games, the Jags have been outscored 138-65. The 65 points are tied with the Dallas Cowboys for the least in the NFL.

The 73-point differential is the worst among teams that have played five games. The Titans have the worst at 90 but played their sixth game on Thursday night.

While the offense has struggled, the unit the Jags could hang their hat on in 2011, the defense, has been hit by injuries and has been invisible at times this season.

It's not looking good for the rest of the season.

Here's an updated outlook on the expectations for the 2012 Jaguars, because the ones before the season have been ripped up and thrown in the trash.

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