AFC South Review: Week 2

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Sep 15, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne (7) looks to hand off the ball against the Oakland Raiders during the second quarter at Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Jacksonville Jaguars (0-2)
This pretty much sums up the Jacksonville Jaguars … they have 11 points combined in their first two games. Yes, that is 11 points in two NFL games to open the season. Do I need to say anything else? I will, but I don’t think I really need to.

Their leading rusher Maurice Jones-Drew had 27 yards rushing. The Jaguars just need to trade Jones-Drew away from their team, because he deserves much better than to be on a team that is well on their way to the the No. 1 overall pick with their performance against the Oakland Raiders in a 19-9 loss.

I mean really, to have only 34 net rushing yards in a game, especially against the Oakland Raiders, isn’t much for your fan base to get excited about.

Also, this loss can’t be put on Blaine Gabbert because he didn’t play. If the Jaguars continue to play this bad, not even the Los Angeles market will want this team if the NFL decides to move a team out West.

Is it safe to say the Jaguars have the lead for the No. 1 overall draft pick in May? Teddy Bridgewater, anybody? (See Louisville  football).

Sorry Jaguar fans, but at least the light at the end of the tunnel is the hope your team drafts the best quarterback in college football. Right?

Jacksonville’s play the first two games of the ’13 season makes the Bengals of the mid-to-late 90s and the early 2000s look competitive. Heck, the made the Raiders of ’13 look competitive. Good Luck Jaguar fans the rest of the way.

It won’t get any easier in Week 3 for the Jaguars as they travel to face the Seattle Seahawks this coming Sunday.