The Jaguars will be installing a brand new offense for the 2013 season, which will be the third offense the team has run over the past three seasons. From Dirk Koetter to Mike Mularkey and now to Jedd Fisch, but in 2013 it's going to be a bit different than in season's past.
It's going to be a lot simpler, at least for the players.
"We're not doing a billion things before the snap," Jaguars third-year wide receiver Cecil Shorts III told John Oehser of Jaguars.com. "Last year, we had a lot of motion and a lot going on before the snap. We've still got a lot going on, but we're able to comprehend it better. It's simplified."
The Jaguars offense at times in 2012 was explosive, but it seemed to just be the team running a variation of four-verts or a safety missing a tackle on a slant route more than the team taking shots down the field. Most of the time the offense was quick throws, despite all the pre-snap adjustments and motions.
Going forward, the offense should look like the defense.
The same, but not really.