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Hey Jack Del Rio Hit The Road

NASHVILLE, TN - NOVEMBER 01:  Head coach Jack Del Rio of the Jacksonville Jaguars looks on against the Tennessee Titans during their game at LP Field on November 1, 2009 in Nashville, Tennessee.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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Jody DriggersContributor INovember 8, 2009

After yesterday’s bad loss to the Titans I think it is clear that Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio need to hit the road.  This is the third game that the Jaguars have been blown out.  Also it took the Jaguars until late in the second quarter to give Maurice Jones-Drew the ball.  Oh year when he finally did Jones-Drew took it 80 yards or a touchdown.  Then Jones Drew took another one 79 yards for a touchdown.  So you should be thinking that this guy is hot and give him the ball right?  Not in Jack Del Rio’s thinking as Jones Drew only got the ball a total of 8 times.  Yeah that’s right 8!

This is Jack Del Rio’s 7th year in Jacksonville and in that time he has gone three games over .500 and made two playoff births.   Also since Jacksonville is a small market team and having trouble selling out they will need to have some excitement about this team.  Coming off of one losing season (and maybe two after this year)  isn’t the way to that but having a new head coach always brings excitement.

We’ll have to see how the rest of the season works out but Jack Del Rio may need to go ahead and put a for sale sign in the yard.

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