JACKSONVILLE, Fla. --Whenever there's a feature ranking the teams in the NFL, the Jacksonville Jaguars always seem to come in last. And if not last, they're pretty darn close.
No so when it comes to The Sporting News' David Steele, who ranked the NFL's head coaches. Jaguars coach Gus Bradley came in 26th.
Here's Steele's take on Bradley, who is in his second season in Jacksonville:
"Bradley, the former defensive whiz in Seattle, will get to coach real players, not the leftovers from the previous failed regime. Nothing the Jaguars did made him look like a bad coach, but this is what they brought him in to do: mold an up-and-coming team with a handpicked franchise quarterback in Blake Bortles."
Houston's Bill O'Brien, Miami's Joe Philbin, Minnesota's Mike Zimmer, Cincinnati's Jay Gruden, Cleveland's Mike Pettine, and Oakland's Dennis Allen are Nos. 27-32.
Here are some additional pieces of Jaguars-related content from around the Web in our Reading the Coverage feature:
The Florida Times-Union's Ryan O'Halloran breaks down five holdovers from 2013 who could be on the roster bubble this year.
O'Halloran also writes that cornerback Dwayne Gratz played well in OTAs.
The T-U's Vito Stellino writes that the second year of OTAs under coach Gus Bradley were better than the first.
Jaguars.com's John Oehser writes what he learned in Week 3 of OTAs.
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