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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: A lot has happened in between playoff appearances

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A lot has happened between Jacksonville Jaguars playoff appearances -
The Jacksonville Jaguars snapped the NFL’s fourth-longest playoff drought by beating the Houston Texans 45-7 on Sunday at EverBank Field.

The last time the Jaguars played in the postseason was after the 2007 season, 10 years ago. A lot of things have happened since then -- so here’s a look back at some of the notable events that have taken place since the Jaguars’ last playoff game.

Is Doug Marrone a Coach of the Year candidate? -
The Jacksonville Jaguars are tearing up the NFL. Their quarterback is finally playing like a No. 3 overall draft pick, elevating an offense that consists of undrafted rookie wide receivers and a thin stable of running backs, both the offensive and defensive lines are performing as good as they ever have in the history of this franchise, the secondary is the best in the NFL and cannot help themselves from forcing turnovers, and the linebackers are flying around the field wreaking havoc and preventing long-developing plays by the opposing offense.

Old school Jacksonville Jaguars will be toughest team in AFC -
The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers are the favorites to play in the AFC championship game in a few weeks, but the best team might be the Jacksonville Jaguars.

But the Jacksonville Jaguars are scary good.