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2014 NFL power rankings, end of year edition: Jaguars rank near bottom

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The Internet thinks the 3-13 Jaguars are a bad football team because they are a bad football team.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars finished the year with a 3-13 record, tied with the Oakland Raiders for second-worst in the league, and as a result finished near the bottom of many pundits' power rankings.

SBNation: 29th

NFL.com: 29th

Not sure if the Jaguars could possibly play any uglier offensively than they did in Houston. Seriously, that was offensive offensive football. That said, we still feel Gus Bradley deserves another year at the helm. Unfortunately, one of Bradley's best players, Sen'Derrick Marks, tore his ACL in Sunday's finale, putting a huge damper on a breakout campaign. Fortunately, he had already notched a $600,000 bonus on a game-ending sack one week prior. The Football Gods aren't all bad, I suppose.

ESPN.com: 30th

Blake Bortles in 2014: 3-10 W-L, 11-17 TD-Int and a 21.9 Total QBR. Blaine Gabbert in his rookie year: 4-10 W-L, 12-11 TD-Int and a 19.1 Total QBR.

CBSSports.com: 30th

This rebuild is tougher than anyone imagined and it may cost coaches their jobs in a year if things don't take a big jump next season.

Yahoo! Sports: 30th

Losing defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks, arguably the team's MVP, to an ACL injury in Week 17 is just cruel.

ProFootballTalk: 30th

Unfortunately for Jedd Fisch, his boss isn’t as patient as his boss’s boss.

Business Insider: 31st

They fired their offensive coordinator after Blake Bortles' rough rookie year.