As should be expected, the Jaguars received low marks for their performance in a 2-14 season in 2012.
It can be hard to find the bright spots after a 2-14 campaign. The Jaguars certainly had their share of disappointments, but these fours players stood out even as the losses continued to pile up for Jacksonville.
GM Gene Smith's four drafts in Jacksonville have yet to yield any Pro Bowl selections. That's a big part of the reason he was fired on Monday.
All season long, we've been grading the rookies. Now, as the regular season ends, it's time to give you my all-rookie team.
A 38-20 loss to the Titans (6-10) in Nashville on Sunday was a fitting end to a disastrous 2-14 season for the Jaguars. This game was a microcosm of Jacksonville's season. It started with some promise, but a flurry of mistakes led to a disappointing end.
The Jaguars and Titans are out of playoff contention, but jobs for 2013 could be on the line in this contest.
Not much is on the line for 2012 when the Titans and Jaguars meet on Sunday, but the head coaches for both teams are hoping to build a case to keep their job.
This year will go down as the worst season in the Jaguars' history.
The frustrating losses continue for the Jaguars (2-12). After their 24-3 loss to the Dolphins (6-8) in Miami on Sunday, they now must win one of their last two games against the Patriots or Titans to avoid having their worst record in franchise history.
The Jaguars thought they could find the win column against an offensively challenged New York Jets team. Instead, The Jets pounded them on the ground and made enough plays to hands the Jags yet another loss.

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