JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Florida Times-Union columnist Gene Frenette grades the Jaguars' performance each week, so it's only natural that he provide final, season-ending grades as well. It's not a report card you'd like to take home to your parents.
Frenette hands out only one grade above a C-minus -- he gave special teams a B -- and the team's rushing offense earned an F.
It's hard to argue with any of the grades, especially the rushing offense and rushing defense, because the Jaguars rank near the bottom of the NFL in those categories.
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