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The Jacksonville Jaguars are one of thirteen teams

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Even worse , the Jaguars join the Browns, Texans, and Lions as the only teams to never compete in the Super Bowl. Although the Jaguar franchise is relatively new to the NFL, It is hard to imagine being a fan of that city and experiencing such little success.The Jacksonville Jaguars joined the National Football League along with the Carolina Panthers as an expansion franchise in 1995. Unlike most expansion teams, The Jaguars reached the playoffs in their second season of existence and even made it to the Conference Championship game. They went on to make the playoffs from 1996-1999 under head coach Tom Coughlin and quarterback Mark Brunell.Unfortunately, that was the end of the Jaguars' extended success as a franchise. Tom Coughlin was fired in 2002 with a record of 68-60 and missing the playoffs three consecutive seasons. The team hired Jack Del Rio who coached the team from 2003-2011 and made the playoffs twice during his tenure. Even though they had standouts at running back, like Fred Taylor and Maurice Jones-Drew, they never had enough talent on offense and defense to get over the hump.Without a playoff appearance since 2007 , the Jaguars have been on downward spiral as a franchise. Many of their mistakes have come through offseason acquisitions, especially the NFL Draft. In hindsight, Jacksonville could’ve been a football powerhouse in the 2000’s had they drafted correctly in the 1st round.Here is a look at what the Jaguars could have done differently in the first round of their last 15 drafts. The 2016 NFL Draft is less than 30 days away. The NFL's three-day extravaganza ushers in a new wave of talent from college ranks, and debuts new stars not only to the gridiron, but to the world as well. The draft also doubles as the NFL's marquee event of the off-season, as tons of media, fans, and even current and former players players attend the spectacle.A lot of the coverage and popularity of that we see surrounding drafts of this century and for the last 30 plus years for that matter , an be attributed to the 1983 Draft. That year, the league's annual event was historic. For the first time in it's existence, the draft which was held at the New York Sheraton Hotel, had fans line up outside the night before just so they could make sure they got in. The draft was also the first to be held after the 1982 campaign that was abbreviated because of a player strike, which resulted in the regular season being shortened from 16 games to 9.The event also stood out because it is the only draft in NFL history to have six quarterbacks taken in the first round. Out of the seven players that would end up in the Hall-Of-Fame out of this draft class, three of them would be QBs. Furthermore, the consensus number 1 pick in the draft, Stanford QB John Elway , who was drafted by the New York Yankees two years earlier, threatened to quit football if he was drafted by the Baltimore Colts who held the draft's first overall pick.Despite the Elway situation, the new-found popularity, and the NFL having to fend off the upstart United States Football League (USFL) from stealing the NFL's players, the show still had to go on. What better way to jump into the circus that was the '83 season, than to re-draft the first 20 picks of the first round of the of arguably the league's most important draft? That's exactly what we here at TheSportster will do. Without further ado, here we go.* There will be no trades considered in this re-draft.

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