Only in Jacksonville would a team that everyone expected to be fighting for a top-five draft pick end up defying critiques only to lose a must-win home game to Rex Grossman and the under whelming Redskins. Despite their best effort to end their season Jacksonville still has a chance of winning the division with a Colts loss and win over the Texans.
If Sunday’s lackluster performance showed us anything, it showed us that David Garrard is not quarterback that can consistently play at level required to be a contending football team. Garrard has shown up in years past but has struggled to maintain any level of success.
Jacksonville passed on Tim Tebow and other quarterback’s during the draft but it may now be time to address the position. The Jaguars haven’t actually drafted a quarterback since 2003. Building for the coming years makes more sense than patching holes to try to keep up with their division foes.