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In Jacksonville, Jack Del Rio’s future no longer seems like an open-ended question. Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union writes that it “seems like only a matter of time” before Del Rio is let go. We’ve heard the same thing from Vito Stellino of the same paper; the only question is when Del Rio goes.…
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Nobody should question Jack Del Rio's heart, toughness or his work ethic as the head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. With that said, what he's doing isn't working and he should be the first coach fired in the NFL this season.
Jacksonville’s loss at home to the Bengals, their fourth straight defeat, may just define this Jaguars season. The Bengals have the type of team that can win with a rookie quarterback. The Jaguars don’t, and Jack Del Rio seems to know it. “It’s a pretty crappy feeling right now,” Del Rio sighed, searching for words.…
The Jaguars' owner said his team must make the playoffs this season or there would be changes. And after a fourth consecutive loss, coach Jack Del Rio acknowledged the pressure is on him.
It has been widely reported that no Jaguar coach other than Jack Del Rio, has a contract … [visit site to read more]Will the Jaguars Suffer with Abandonment Issues? - Black and Teal - Black and Teal - A Jacksonville Jaguars Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The Jaguars will work out punters on Tuesday, coach Jack Del Rio said. They've been unhappy with Matt Turk's performances this year and could make a change according to Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union. Del Rio did not commit to making that change yet, though. "When you have seven punts on the day and one of them's good, that's not going to work for you...
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. (AP) - Cincinnati's Marvin Lewis and Jacksonville's Jack Del Rio are the NFL's ultimate survivors.With just four postseason appearances and one playoff victory between them, they have lasted nine seasons in a league that has little patience for losing.They even got rare, second chances to rebuild: Lewis essentially ...
Cincinnati's Marvin Lewis and Jacksonville's Jack Del Rio are the NFL's ultimate survivors.