Jacksonville Jaguars: A Quick Look Back at the "Worsts" and "Bests" from the First Four Games

Jack HarverCorrespondent IIOctober 8, 2009

Jacksonville Jaguars: A Quick Look Back at the "Worsts" and "Bests" from the First Four Games

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Worst Play Call: Maurice Jones-Drew's First Wildcat Carry Fails to Tie Colts

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Best Play Call: Fourth-Quarter Run Fake Seals Win Over Titans

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Worst Second Season: Quentin Groves Relegated to Special Teams

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Best Second Season: Mike Sims-Walker Rises Above Injuries, Opposing DBs

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Worst-Camouflaged Rookie: Derek Cox Stands Out as Target, Playmaker

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Best-Camouflaged Rookie: Terrance Knighton Settles at Nose Tackle in New Defense

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Worst of Times: Troy Williamson's Week Two Fumble Loses Ball, Hope, His Season

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Best of Times: Derek Cox's Interception Underlines Week Four Rout of Tennessee

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