Wins and losses won't mean much for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2013.
Sure, it will be great to win more than two games this year, but that's not what's important. Instead of wins, the Jaguars have to focus on improving from game to game and developing young talent for future success.
Eventually the wins will come.
Although this year is bound to be another sub-.500 season, this year feels different than years past. There is a positive energy surrounding this team that stem from head coach Gus Bradley's unbridled enthusiasm.
The young Jaguars team will be challenged early and often this year due to the schedule, which was released Thursday night. Four of the team's first six games are on the road, including back-to-back West Coast road games.
The franchise does have some winnable home games littered throughout the season, which should work as much-needed confidence boosters.
Here is a breakdown of the Jaguars schedule from the easiest game to the hardest.