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Coach Jack Del Rio remained upbeat Monday despite the Jaguars 1-3 start. Even though he is the only coach in NFL history to get a ninth season after failing to win a division title in his first eight years, he said Monday, "We expect to be division champions." When he was asked if the talent is there to do it, he said, "Yes, I continue to say that. We expect to be division champions." The Jaguars will have to pull off quite a comeback to win the division title. They are already two games behind the 3-1 Houston Texans and the Tennessee Titans even though they beat Tennessee in the first game. Source: CBSsports.com
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