The Arizona Cardinals and Jacksonville Jaguars square off on Sunday for the first time since 2005. Much has changed in both organizations. JagNation.com publisher Charlie Bernstein fields questions about the Jags' current climate and what Arizona should expect come game day. How will the Jags defend the Cardinals three-headed monster? Why did they lose to the Colts? These answers and more inside.
September 17, 2009
Last year, the Jaguars lost two offensive linemen for the season in the opener. This year, they lost a defensive lineman for the season in the opener This is a pattern the Jaguars don't like.
September 15, 2009
Many national media pundits have selected the Jaguars to finish dead last in their division. After looking at what transpired last season, and the rosters of Tennessee, Indianapolis, and Houston, the dismal projections aren't unfounded.
August 15, 2009
Before any team starts a season, there are always a handful of questions to answer. How will the quarterback play be? Will your top players stay injury free? Does your team have enough depth to overcome injuries?
JagNation is going to look at the Jaguars, position by position, and give our final evaluation of what happened during the 2008 season. We're going to move to the defensive end position next.
February 3, 2009
The Jaguars, who had recovered only one fumble in the first five games, recovered two fumbles Sunday in Denver, the first time they had done that since they did it at Denver last year.
October 14, 2008