On a beautiful September day in 1995, over 72,000 fans joined together to watch the first regular season home game of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Among the excited throngs was a new owner and a new head coach. What a bunch of saps.
All this talk about standing united, untied, or whatever is a bunch of Mularkey. It's over folks, the train has left the station; all hope is lost. We keep hearing the writers of this site tell us to be patient, view this as a process, and try to understand that Caldwell is building for the future. To that point, I think we can agree, Caldwell is building a future. A future so dark and bleak that it would make Mordor look pleasant.
So how did we get here? Well, its all the organization's fault of course. As fans of this once great team, all we have to do is look at all the things we said they should have done: draft all those free agents, sign all those veteran rookies, not change the logo, run the spread like in college, etc. We also should've had more local talent on the team (Favorite Son).
The only thing that could possibly save this team is for fans to be able to veto player and personnel decisions made by this clearly inept franchise. We still live in a democracy, right? In just 2 short months Caldwell is already driving us deeper into the ditch with the players he just drafted and cut. But, what do we know? We're just fans who read PFT and know what's going on in the NFL. We will always be locked out and kept in the dark.
This is why I will never buy season tickets. What's the point? With all those rumors about a team going to San Antonio, its just a matter of time before the franchise is moved. It could have all been avoided though. If only the team had listened to us, the fans. If only.