"I'll field this question in reverse order. I think the no hazing rule is intended to get his team focused only on football. With such a short off-season, the Jaguars can use all the focus and time they can find. It's a little thing, but it should ease the rookies' minds. As far as wins and losses goes, there's a lot to consider. Should the Jaguars find themselves at something like 2-6 or 3-6, I wouldn't be surprised for Del Rio to be fired, and at that point, Gabbert would almost certainly be given the reigns. On the other hand, I would expect Garrard and Del Rio to remain in place providing that the Jaguars can stay at .500 or better. Finally, there's always a possibility that Garrard doesn't play well in the pre-season and Gabbert does. If that happens, It's not unreasonable to think that Gabbert could start week 1. There's a lot of moving parts in Jacksonville, and it'll certainly be interesting to see how it plays out."