2013 was a tale of two seasons for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The first half of the year was an 0-8 nightmare. Over that stretch, the Jaguars were outscored by the staggering sum of 264-86.
However, the Jaguars got their first win of the season after their Week 9 bye and then proceeded to play .500 football in the season's second half.
Granted, it isn't often that a 4-12 season inspires optimism, but that's exactly what Gus Bradley and the Jags have generated heading into 2014.
Still, there are also a number of questions surrounding the team after the departure of quarterback Blaine Gabbert and veteran running back Maurice Jones-Drew.
So, with the 2014 schedule now set and the Jaguars set to pick third in next month's NFL draft, here's a game by game breakdown of what this season has in store for the Jags.