If you felt that the Jacksonville Jaguars upgrading their uniforms a few years ago was going to help make them a better theam, you were sadly mistaken. I'm sorry, but I'm really not feeling the uniforms, or the helmet. 4 straight double-digit loss seasons prompted some more off-season moves. In comes big free agent tight end Julius Thomas, who was helped made famous by Peyton Manning in Denver. He & his $46 million will try to help a team get back to the playoff for the first time since 2007. Despite what I may feel about the team jerseys, I'm still digging their second-year quarterback Blake Bortles, who I've had high hopes for since the guy was drafted. I felt coach Gus Bradley did the right thing by starting him over Chad Henne early last season. Sure, he put up pedestrian numbers last year, but what do yoiu expect from a rookie quarterback? I didn't think he got much help from his receivers to say the least. It was going to be a struggle. However, I still have high hopes for him going forward & I think he'll help get this team back to respectability once again. As far as I'm concerned, wide receiver Justin Blackmon should be let go. It's time to move on from him. I also believe making Denard Robinson a tailback was the right move. Losing first round pick defensive end Dante Fowler for the season (torn ACL) is beyond devastating. This team still have a lot of growing up to do, but I think the future is bright. Who knows, they may even take a leap in 2015. Will the Jaguars be the most improved team this upcoming year? Tune in to another installment of "The Rocket Sports Breakdown" Wednesday morning @ 8:30am on Blog Talk Radio. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.
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