How does a supposed Super Bowl contender open up the season? Yep, that's right, with two consecutive losses. The Jacksonville Jaguars had a ton of hype heading into this season. And why not? Last year, David Garrard played extremely well, Fred Taylor and Maurice Drew were the best running back tandem in the NFL and they performed well in the postseason. But, as their record proves against the AFC's elite, the Jaguars can't deal with pressure, let alone win against the elite. Each year that the Jaguars have had expectations under Jack Del Rio, they fold. In 2006, after finally making it into the playoffs a year before, the Jaguars went 8-8. And now this year, after making a nice run in last year's playoffs, start 0-2. I'm not completely writing them off, but as history tells us, starting 0-2 is not a good sign.