Here's the link to the article I wrote over at TGS for our "Burning question" series.
The Jaguars have been slowly building their foundation since dismantling the team following the 2008 season. They overachieved in 2009 and 2010, nearly winning the divisional title two seasons ago. 2011 looked like a step back in the eyes of anyone who doesn't follow the team closely. Yes, their record was ugly, but they've made the transition to their quarterback of the future. I get the feeling that the Jaguars are finally at the point of breaking through, provided that Blaine Gabbert develops over the offseason with new weapons to work with. The Jaguars have work to go, but they can see the light at the end of the tunnel.