The term "juggernaut" is a term not to be used lightly. I used it in reference to Indy this year and that reference was questionable.
With the possible exception of Seattle, no offense disappointed more in 2004 than Jacksonville. QB Byron Leftwich had only three 300-yard games all year, and never more than 2 TD passes in a game. He was injured for a stretch, and for the year, threw only 15 TDs with 10 INTs. In week 16, the fantasy superbowl for most, he posted a 20.5 QB rating, ouch!
Perhaps tied to that was an anemic receiving corp. On paper Jimmy Smith had a decent year but was erratic and inconsistent. Highly touted rookies Reggie Williams (1st round pick) and Ernest Wilford were huge disappointments. Troy Edwards put in another year of fantasy irrelevancy showing that the Steelers were smart to dump the guy they wasted a 1st round pick on in 1999.
RB Fred Taylor was a bust. He started the season very slowly, only had a few 100-yard games, and didn't rush for a TD in the entire months of October or November! He redeemed himself somewhat with a huge performance against GB in week 15, but was then lost for the season with a knee injury, disappointing owners all across the country who needed him in weeks 16 and 17.
Sorry, but the hiring of a new OC and WR coach in Jacksonville doesn't excite me very much, or cause me to bump any players up in my rankings. Playing against the lackluster AFC North and NFC West offenses in 2005, I might consider the Jacksonville defense but that's about it. Or maybe if my kicker gets hurt next year I'd grab Josh Scobee.