The Jacksonville Jaguars are a whole new team this NFL season.
After two consecutive seasons of being the worst team in football, the Jaguars are now AFC South champions.
However, the fight for the AFC South title wasn’t easy.
The team had several playoff teams they beat to reach this position.
With the team now looking legit, they head into the NFL playoffs as the fourth seed.
Their season is causing a buzz, as some felt the team was a disappointment last season.
But to Marvin Jones, the Jaguars aren’t a broken team.
While others see the Jaguars in a different light, Jones comments how it was only one person who was “broken,” in Jacksonville.
Marvin Jones on the notion the #Jaguars were broken after last year with Urban Meyer.
"I think one person was broken. It wasn't us," he said.
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) January 8, 2023
With his comments, it’s his way of saying Urban Meyer was the broken person in Jacksonville.
He isn’t far from the truth, as the once great college coach made a fool of himself in the NFL.
His handling of players and his awful record made him a regrettable hire by the Jaguars.
However, the team has overcome the horrible coaching of Meyer and now has a ticket to the playoffs.
With the help of Doug Pederson, the team is proving they are a success story.
Their wins over the Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Ravens show fans how the Jaguars are real.
The coaching of Pederson is taking root in Jacksonville, and fans are seeing the fruits of success.
While some never saw this coming, Pederson and Jones always knew the team in Jacksonville could find success.NEXT: The Jaguars Remain Focused On A Great Fan Experience