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Jaguars season 2012: Mike Mularkey has rebounded before

The Jacksonville Jaguars are in a tough spot at 1-3 after their first four games, but head coach Mike Mularkey has been in the position before.

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Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey is sitting at 1-3 on the season so far through the first four games, and it looks like a winning season is nearly out the window. Mularkey has been in this spot previously in his career as a head coach however, during his first season as the head coach with the Buffalo Bills.

The Bills started out the season 0-4, not picking up their first win until Week 5 of the season.

Mularkey's team got hot however, got out of that hole and rattled off 8 wins in their next 11 games to finish the season 9-7. Buffalo fell just five points short of double-digit wins and a playoff appearance, falling to the Pittsburgh Steelers 29-24 in the final game of the season.

Will this be the case for the Jaguars? I personally don't think so, but Mularkey has done it before so it's certainly possible it can be done again.