Jacksonville Jaguars: Positives About 2012 Season

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Jacksonville Jaguars: Positives About 2012 Season
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Not a lot of things go right when an NFL team finishes a season 2-14, and the case is true for the 2012 Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Jaguars struggled all season in every aspect of the game. Whether it was inconsistent play on offense or poor tackling on defense, it seemed as if the Jaguars could never get all 53 players on the same page.

A small part of the blame for the terrible season could be put off on injuries; the Jaguars led the NFL with 22 players on injured reserve.

Most of the blame, however, had to be placed on former general manager Gene Smith's poor roster moves, which cost Smith his job Monday.

It's tough to find positives in such a bad situation, but luckily for the Jaguars there are some silver linings even in the stormiest of weather. 

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