Jags looking for a fresh start

When Shad Kahn took over as the new owner of your Jacksonville Jaguars, he promptly declared that he would bring a winning tradition to the franchise that has been sorely missing.  He first went out and hired offensive genius Mike Mularkey who turned Atlanta’s Matt Ryan into one of the NFL’s top quarterbacks.  Although Mularkey was not so successful as his last stint as a head coach (with Buffalo 2006-2008 where his record was 14-18.

Mularkey was asked if he thought he would prove successful in Jacksonville.

“When you start sobering up, how does it feel?” Khan said. “That’s the key issue. After the binge, how do you feel? … A wonderful thing about football is everybody looks great until the ball is snapped. Once the ball is snapped, results speak for themselves and we know in September how good a job he is doing preparing, strategies, (assembling) the staff. It will all come out. By that time, the buzz, the splash, is going to be history.”

Front office and coaching changes aside, the team will also have to deal with the sophomore season of Blaine Gilbert who passed for over 2200 yards last season with 12 touchdowns but was less than stellar.

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