With the hiring, the Jaguars are putting the awful 2012 season behind them. It is unclear if head coach Mike Mularkey will return for a second season, as Caldwell has been linked to bringing in 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman as head coach.
No matter who the head coach will be, 2013 will be a fresh start for the Jaguars with Caldwell at the helm. Next season will be the first year of a massive rebuild, but the team might turn around faster than expected with a good offseason.
The Jaguars have a chance to rebound from their franchise-worst 2-14 record, as they play only seven games against teams who finished 2012 with a winning record.
In addition to playing each divisional opponent twice, the Jaguars will play against the AFC West, NFC West, and the fourth-place finisher in the AFC North and East.
Here are the game-by-game predictions for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2013.