- Mike DiRocco, ESPN Staff Writer
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Little more than a month ago the Jaguars were the worst team in the NFL. Some wondered if they were the worst team in NFL history.
Four victories later, neither of those descriptions applies.
The Jaguars' turnaround from 0-8 to 4-9 is one of the more interesting stories in the NFL this season. They have three winnable games remaining and could follow the winless first half with a 7-1 mark in the second. How does that compare to some of the other teams that started 0-8 in NFL history? The Florida Times-Union's Ryan O'Halloran did the research and picked some of the "best" 0-8 teams in NFL history and compared them to the Jaguars.
Here are some additional pieces of Jaguars content from around the web in our daily Reading the Coverage feature:
Turnovers have been the key to the Jaguars' turnaround, O'Halloran writes.
The Jaguars are Ron Burgundy's favorite team. Mark Brunell is his favorite former player. His favorite current player? Nobody really knows.
The top 10 playmakers from Thursday's 27-20 victory over Houston.
Running back Maurice Jones-Drew knows his TD pass wasn't as good as the one receiver Ace Sanders threw against the Texans.