JACKSONVILLE FL - SEPTEMBER 12: Daryl Smith #52 of the Jacksonville Jaguars makes an interception over Eddie Royal #19 of the Denver Broncos during the NFL season opener game at EverBank Field on September 12 2010 in Jacksonville Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
It's time to take a trip around the interwebs to see where the Jacksonville Jaguars rank in the various "Power Rankings" on the internets.
Click to jump to see them all.
We'll start with the SBNation.com Power Rankings:
23. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-0)
Last week's rank: 24
Last game: Broncos (won)
A win's a win no matter how it comes. The Jaguars will need more than 98 yards from Maurice Jones-Drew to be consistent winners.
FoxSports.com moved the Jaguars up 5 spots:
24 (25) Jaguars 1-0-0 Beating the Broncos created a buzz. Now they look to sustain it in North Florida. (Kuharsky)
ProFootballTalk.com has the Jaguars ranked higher than anyone:
This team never seems to win convincingly. But hey, they all count. They need to get WR Mike Sims-Walker much more involved, though. Reality could hit this week against the Chargers.
15. Jacksonville Jaguars (No. 18; 1-0): Kassim Osgood made the most of his chance to finally play offense by delivering a game-winning touchdown reception.
Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com moved the Jaguars up two spots:
21. (23) Jacksonville Jaguars - The big improvement was on the offense against the Broncos. The defense struggled against the pass, and now must go west to face Philip Rivers. That won't be good.
EDIT: SBNation had the Jaguars at 0-1, I'll get it fixed.