Charlie Bernstein: They're 7-5, but their best victories have been over Houston and the New York Jets. This is certainly a rebuilding year, and their solid record has certainly been aided by the schedule. It's doubtful that if this Jaguars team earns a playoff berth that they'll be anything more than a one-and-done.
Q: Where do you stand on the Jaguars' apparent fascination with making sure they get Tim Tebow in the draft next April?
CB: They won't take Tim Tebow in the first three and probably not in the first four rounds of the draft. He's a great kid, but his mechanics and footwork are horrible and he's not used to taking snaps from center. I talked to a team source who has told me that Tebow is not a guy that's anywhere near their radar.
Q: What is your prediction for Sunday's game, and why?
CB: I don't have a great feel for this game as both teams are pretty mediocre. I'm going to say that the Jags win, 21-17, because I don't think Miami will be able to run the ball against a Jags defense that's done a great job of stopping the run of late. The Jaguars are 5-1 at home (even if nobody's there to see it) and it will be difficult for a young Dolphins team to win in Jacksonville.