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The most notable change that the Jacksonville Jaguars have made over the past couple of seasons have been their garish two-toned helmets. Unfortunately for the team, they haven’t been able to change their place in the NFL pecking order. The Jaguars have been bad and there’s little sign of that changing in 2014.

Jacksonville will start with Chad Henne this year, even as rookie quarterback Blake Bortles has looked impressive in flashes over the preseason. The team lost the face of the franchise in Maurice Jones-Drew to the Oakland Raiders and they brought in Toby Gerhart to replace him. Gerhart shouldn’t be expected to be anywhere near the running back that MJD was in his prime but he’s an adequate roster filler as the Jaguars look to make small improvements this season. Jacksonville will also be without wide receiver Justin Blackmon (out due to a suspension) so Cecil Shorts, Ace Sanders and rookie Marqise Lee will be Henne’s options in the meantime.

As for the defense, the line is fairly solid but the linebackers and secondary are sub-par and the Jaguars did very little to address either area in free agency or the draft. Red Bryant and Chris Clemons will help shore up the front but the secondary remains perilously thin in talent.

In all, this has all the makings of a stopgap season for the Jags. Ideally, Bortles won’t be forced to play this season while he gets reps and works on his mechanics. This is essentially a stalling season for the Jaguars as they set their eyes on 2015, with a more polished Bortles and a returning Justin Blackmon.

The Jaguars odds of winning the Super Bowl are 200-1.

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