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J.J. Watt might be out for the season but it doesn’t matter because the Jaguars are bad

Houston Texans v New England Patriots Photo by Tim Bradbury/Getty Images

The Houston Texans may be without their best player in pass rusher J.J. Watt for the season, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

This is good news for the Jacksonville Jaguars because they’re AFC South division rivals and... oh, it doesn’t matter at all because they’re squandering every opportunity to win even one game against decent teams playing bad (see: the Green Bay Packers) or bad teams playing bad (see: the Baltimore Ravens).

Maybe if the Jaguars had a head coach worth more than a half-pack of Marlboro Lights or a quarterback not regressing to his senior year of high school they’d be in a position to take advantage of every break provided to them by the Indianapolis Colts losing half their roster to some degenerative bone disease, the Tennessee Titans being coached by Mike Mularkey, and the best player in the division possibly being out long-term to the Houston Texans... but NOPE.

Go Jaguars.