The Jaguars are less than two weeks away from beginning training camp, and they enter this camp with one of the most talented rosters in team history, and also one of the most talented in the entire NFL. The Jaguars are strongest on either side of the ball as their offensive line was punishing in '06, and have been made better by the acquisition of Tony Pashos for 2007. The Jaguars defense was outstanding last season, despite missing their best pass rusher and their best linebacker.
Last week, we speculated on what the Jaguars must do to go a long way in the playoffs and possibly earn a Super Bowl berth. We also speculated on what the Jaguars may be missing and what could prevent them from attaining an optimum amount of success. In short, the team strengths are their rushing attack, offensive line, defensive tackles, and linebackers. Questions must be answered at the positions of quarterback, wide receiver, safety, and special teams.
Jagnation will be previewing each player at each position on the team, going over their strengths, weaknesses, and how likely they are to make the team, and what kind of factor they will be. This will be the most thorough preview of the Jaguars football team found anywhere.
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Charlie Bernstein is the Editor-in-Chief of Jagnation.com, and a regular syndicated contributor to various national news outlets. Charlie is also a member of the Pro Football Writers Association.
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