The AFC wild-card hunt is getting the utmost interesting, but no one is really talking about the Jaguars. They're solid. I don't see them doing anything major come the post season (if they get in) but I find it rather strange they're just this overlooked.
Steelers lose 4 straight... in those four losses the Chiefs and Raiders. Yet somehow they'll still be talked about winning out and snatching a spot (which just isn't happening).
Baltimore could possibly run the table, but I think the Dolphins are poised to make a late season run to get the last spot, 7th seed going to Denver (who will fold and lose their away game probably against NE).
The Jags can maybe shock and win their away game (probably against the Bolts).
Well, They don't have many fans to go around bragging about how good their team is. They also don't have many big name players..it's only really Mo Jo Drew. Regardless I think they're a decent team, but those reasons is why they get overlooked.
Do they draft Tebow in order to attract interest, ignoring other pressing team needs? He's a local boy, and they need to sell tickets.
It's a hard gig for them, being that they are in the heart of college football country, and have no real identity. They had early success in their franchise, but since that, have kinda just been another face in the crowd. In that region, they have to go above and beyond.