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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: The last decade of quarterback play has been abysmal

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Happy Thursday, everyone! Here’s all the Jacksonville Jaguars news that’s fit to print... around the Internet.

We’ve got Calais Campbell accolades, rookie quarterback talk, and more.

How a winding road at quarterback since 2011 has gotten us where we are today

The significance of stability at the quarterback position in the NFL can’t be understated. It has been proven over and over again — If you want to find consistent success in the NFL and ultimately give your team a shot at the Super Bowl, you need to find an answer at the quarterback position.

Since 2011, the Jacksonville Jaguars have started seven different quarterbacks, with none having a winning record as a starter (though one is currently at .500 ... but we will get to that). The Jaguars’ have gone through draft busts, failed veteran options, and regrettable contracts, all along going 43-101 in the nine-year process.

Calais Campbell named to PFF’s “Top 101” All-Decade list

Former Jacksonville Jaguars defensive lineman Calais Campbell has continued to rack up the accolades since the 2019 season ended. Earlier this offseason, Campbell was the lone Jaguars played named to the NFL’s all-decade team for the 2010s, and this week he found himself on a similar list.

Campbell, who was traded to the Baltimore Ravens for a 2020 fifth-round pick in March, dominated for the Jaguars from 2017-2019 and as a result has been named to Pro Football Focus’ list of top 101 players from the 2010s. Campbell slots into No. 48 overall on the list, ahead of players like Travis Kelce, Andre Johnson, Trent Williams, and Patrick Peterson.

Gov. Ron DeSantis wants professional sports teams from other states in Florida

The Jacksonville Jaguars might not be travelling very much for the 2020 NFL season.

Governor Ron DeSantis said on Wednesday that Florida would be open to serving as a host to professional sports teams from other states who may be locked out from playing in their respective cities and states due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

How many games are the Jaguars winning in 2020?

The 2020 NFL regular season schedule is out and the Jacksonville Jaguars will have their work cut out for them, especially in the middle of the schedule.

Without further ado, let’s go week by week and make some win-loss predictions!

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