Promises, promises, promises. During the 2010 offseason Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio made promises to players and fans that this team will not only make the playoffs, but win the division entirely. Those promises fell short with several missed opportunities to fulfill them. Now at the seasons end, looking at an 8-8 record, Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver addresses fans and the media. Despite fans pointing fingers demanding a new head coach and wanting to see heads roll, Weaver decided to keep his head coach. In retrospect of this decision, I would have to agree with the decision made. I understand the fans frustration and I understand we have been “rebuilding” for several years now, but any hopes of actually moving forward would all fall short if you re-staff your entire franchise in the middle of your rebuilding period. For the record Jags fans: poor draft choices, poor trade and free agent acquisitions, and overall failure to fix any REAL problem is what kept us in this rebuilding period. So, yes, we are still rebuilding. That would be the fault of the front office management. However, I digress. I feel overall re-staffing should be a worst case scenario thing, not a drastic decision made, if nothing else, to appease fans. Sure, Del Rio called some questionable plays and made several questionable decisions. I believe, however, that things can only go up from here. I feel there is A LOT of work to be done over the offseason, but I trust that coaches and front office management alike will notice the problem areas and work hard to fix them. Do I like Jack Del Rio or David Garrard? No. Do I think both have A LOT to learn? Absolutely. However, I feel both are very capable of learning from past mistakes and the necessary changes.