The Jags feel pretty good about their WRs and RBs if they can stay healthy. Beyond that, there will be a lot of major changes coming.
As should be expected, the Jaguars received low marks for their performance in a 2-14 season in 2012.
Five SEC bowl games are already complete and the conference is holding a 3-2 mark. Here are five things that we've learned so far.
In the midst a 2-14 campaign, there clearly were more lowlights than highlights for the 2012 Jaguars. They pulled out a couple of wins and had some other close calls, though.
The AFC South isn't getting any easier next year, but the Jaguars catch a few breaks on their 2013 schedule if they don't mind the extensive travel.
South Carolina (11-2) survived a 33-28 slugfest against Michigan that featured some of the most memorable moments of the season to claim a victory in the Outback Bowl in Tampa, Fla.
It can be hard to find the bright spots after a 2-14 campaign. The Jaguars certainly had their share of disappointments, but these fours players stood out even as the losses continued to pile up for Jacksonville.
GM Gene Smith's four drafts in Jacksonville have yet to yield any Pro Bowl selections. That's a big part of the reason he was fired on Monday.
A 38-20 loss to the Titans (6-10) in Nashville on Sunday was a fitting end to a disastrous 2-14 season for the Jaguars. This game was a microcosm of Jacksonville's season. It started with some promise, but a flurry of mistakes led to a disappointing end.
Two teams -- No. 11 South Carolina and No. 19 Michigan -- that had preseason national title aspirations will meet in Tampa in the Outback Bowl. Star Michigan QB Denard Robinson has been limited to just a running role recently, but he hopes to be able to throw in this game.
Two impressive offenses will meet up in Nashville. NC State will have its hands full against a Vanderbilt team that has won six straight contests and is playing in its own town.
The Jaguars and Titans are out of playoff contention, but jobs for 2013 could be on the line in this contest.
Not much is on the line for 2012 when the Titans and Jaguars meet on Sunday, but the head coaches for both teams are hoping to build a case to keep their job.
A look at what's making headlines in SEC country on Thursday, including Alabama continuing its preparation for the BCS National Championship Game against Notre Dame on Jan. 7.
Georgia will miss DL John Jenkins in the the Capital One Bowl, but the Bulldogs have a capable replacement in Kwame Geathers and will get more help from DE Abry Jones, who is returning from injury.