The Jacksonville Jaguars claimed third place in the AFC South last year, and although they added some talented veterans who are good at their respective positions, Madden NFL 16 developers still don't think they're going to do much better in their division this year.
According to EA Sports' overall ratings, the Jaguars received a 73 grade overall, just one point higher than the predicted last-place Tennessee Titans, and six points lower than the Houston Texans, and 21 points lower than the Indianapolis Colts.
It's interesting that Denard Robinson is ahead of rookie T.J. Yeldon, and that Blake Bortles is considerably lower than Marcus Mariota. I'd imagine that as the season progresses and both of their ratings improve in real-time, this overall rating will get closer to the Texans.
Or maybe it won't and we'll go 2-14.
What do you think of EA Sports' overall analysis of the Jaguars?