CHARLOTTE, NC - SEPTEMBER 25: Running back Maurice Jones-Drew #32 of the Jacksonville Jaguars fumbles the ball out of bounds after being hit by Jordan Pugh #29 of the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on September 25, 2011 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Panthers defeated the Jaguars 16-10. (Photo by Brian A. Westerholt/Getty Images)
Adam and I gave you our power rankings. Now, let's see what the rest of the world thinks of the Jacksonville Jaguars. I bet it's not a lot... :(
NFL Power Rankings Week 4 - National Football League - ESPN
25 (21) Jaguars1-2 The Jaguars blew it in Carolina, and now have nothing to lose by giving Blaine Gabbert more chances to sling it. (Kuharsky)
NFL Power Rankings, Week 4: Bills, Lions Keep Climbing; Falcons, Eagles Stumble - SBNation.com
22. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-2, LW: 18): It'll get harder before it gets easier. Four of their next five games: Saints, Steelers, Ravens and Texans. Welcome to the NFL, Blaine Gabbert.
NFP Power Rankings | National Football Post
27. (26) Jacksonville Jaguars (1-2): If you are going to start rookie Blaine Gabbert, then expect some bumps along the way.
Week Three power rankings | ProFootballTalk
23. Jaguars (No. 23; 1-2): Somewhere, David Garrard is laughing his ass off. (Alfie note: Laughing his ass off, on his couch... at home... while the Colts sign Dan Orlovsky. It's a sad laugh.)
NFL Power Rankings - Top 32 NFL Football Teams - FOX Sports on MSN
31 - Jaguars - Jacksonville continues to battle and I like how they continue to grind out yards on the ground. At this point, it's all about the development of Blaine Gabbert. Hopefully Jack Del Rio will be there to benefit from it in the future.
Power Rankings: Elites exposed, Lions, Bills at door - NFL - CBSSports.com Football
25 (20) Jaguars - They have to take the training wheels off Blaine Gabbert. Why not? This isn't a playoff team anyway.
So, average rank: 25.5