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Though the Jaguars have had their fair share of franchise problems, Garrard has stuck through it all and performed well.
Both Garrard and head coach Jack Del Rio will definitely be on the hot seat in 2009. Depending on how the season goes, both could find there way to new teams next season.
Don't forget, the Jaguars were expected to be a dominant team, but failed to win six games in 2008 again missing the playoffs.
Garrard's first full season as a starting quarterback wasn't as bad as many people think. People think that this guy needs to be ousted as the starter, but not me. He's a solid quarterback who plays for a bad team.
His stat line is actually fairly impressive outside of the low touchdown numbers. He threw for 3,620 yards, 15 touchdowns, and 13 interceptions.
Not bad when you really don't have a ton of talent at the wide receiver position.
The first game of the season was the story of Garrard's season. He was sacked seven times. The Jaguars offensive line was destroyed by injuries last season, but after drafting two starting caliber tackles, the Jaguars are ready to roll again.
Garrard has probably one of the worst receiving corps to throw to this season, but the quarterback makes the receivers, right?
Not all the time, especially in this case.
The Jaguars have a solid backfield with Jones-Drew, but other than that, they are pretty thin. I don't know if Garrard can pull it off in such a tough division.
I'm thinking this is Garrard's last season in Jacksonville as the Jaguars fall to the bottom of the AFC South again missing the playoffs.
3,188 yards, 15 touchdowns, 15 interceptions, 60.9 percent completions