Headed For the Postseason? Analyzing the Jaguars Season

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Headed For the Postseason? Analyzing the Jaguars Season

The begining of the 2009 season for the Jacksonville Jaguars was full of disapointment and hardships. Week one the Jaguars faced a tough Colts team, yet even after the defense stopped the Colts to set up a potential game winning drive, the offense could not even pick up one meager first down. Then came a greater disaster, the Cardinals. The Jaguars were booed off the field in the second half, and although fighting back to make it a game, still lost 31-17, in an absymal performance that may be remembered as the low point of the season.
Yet now the Jaguars season has a certain different direction, one of hope and promise, that began two weeks ago in Houston. The Jaguars offense overpowered the weak Texans defense and amassed 31 points, and outscored the Texans 14-3 in the second half to win 31-24. However, this was not the pinnacle of the early part of the season, as Jacksonville played a near flawless game against the Titans, thrashing their division rivals 37-17.
The emergence of the Jaguars offense, and defense for that matter, in the past two weeks has ushered in the main question of whether this team can or will have a shot at a playoff berth. Here we break down the rest of the teams games starting with Seatle.

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