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Cris Collinsworth: Jags will win division

Postby Felix the Cat » Wed Aug 15, 2007 4:01 pm

On the postgame show after the Jags/Dolphins preseason game, Collinsworth said that he favors the Jaguars to beat out the Colts for the AFC South title.

The Jags' first-team offense looked great during the game, and the defense was dominant as usual. I'm optimistic about the Jags' chances this year. It probably helps that Jack Del Rio's job may be on the line.
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Re: Cris Collinsworth: Jags will win division

Postby Jack » Sun Aug 19, 2007 1:27 pm

This is the year for Leftwich and his receivers to step up a notch. The running game is as sound as it's been in years, the defense has gotten healthier up front and younger in back, and the special teams play shouldn't suck as bad. The AFC South is very beatable: Indy's defense is stripped-down, and the Titans and Texans have more potential problems than solutions on both sides of the ball. With a third-place schedule--a nice upside to losing last year's second-place tiebreaker--the Jaguars can own this division if they gel...or they can end up in the middle of the pack, again, if they fail to find an answer for that one questionable dimension of their team.
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