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2004 Jacksonville Jaguars season
Head coach Jack Del Rio
Home field ALLTEL Stadium
Results
Record 9-7
Place 2nd AFC South
Playoff finish did not qualify
Uniform
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Timeline
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2003 2005

The 2004 season brought about Jack Del Rio's second year as the head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars and Byron Leftwich's first full year as a starter. In a time of transition for the franchise, Del Rio's coaching and Leftwich's play helped to pull the Jaguars out of a three year slump to a finish of 9-7, placing second in the ever competitive AFC South.

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Offseason

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Draft

Round Pick # Overall Name Position College
1 9 9 Reggie Williams Wide Receiver Washington
2 7 39 Daryl Smith Linebacker Georgia Tech
2 23 55 Greg Jones Fullback Florida State
3 23 86 Jorge Cordova Linebacker Nevada
4 22 118 Anthony Maddox Defensive Tackle Delta State
4 24 120 Ernest Wilford Wide Receiver Virginia Tech
5 5 137 Josh Scobee Kicker Louisiana Tech
5 18 150 Chris Thompson Cornerback Nicholls State
5 27 159 Sean Bubin Offensive Tackle Illinois
7 48 249 Bobby McCray Defensive End Florida

Schedule

Jacksonville Jaguars Results
Date Result Score Opponent Record
September 12 W 13-10 at Buffalo Bills 1-0
September 19 W 7-6 Denver Broncos 2-0
September 26 W 15-12 at Tennessee Titans 3-0
October 3 L 24-17 Indianapolis Colts 3-1
October 10 L 34-21 at San Diego Chargers 3-2
October 17 W 22-16 Kansas City Chiefs 4-2
October 24 W 27-24 at Indianapolis Colts 5-2
October 31 L 20-6 at Houston Texans 5-3
November 14 W 23-17 Detroit Lions 6-3
November 21 L 18-15 Tennessee Titans 6-4
November 28 L 27-16 at Minnesota Vikings 6-5
December 5 L 17-16 Pittsburgh Steelers 6-6
December 12 W 22-3 Chicago Bears 7-6
December 19 W 28-25 at Green Bay Packers 8-6
December 26 L 21-0 Houston Texans 8-7
January 2 W 13-6 at Oakland Raiders 9-7

Week 1 at Buffalo Bills

At was opening day in Ralph Wilson Stadium and Mike Mularkeys first NFL games as the Bills head coach. Early in the first quarter, Byran Leftwich was picked off by Nate Clements. Then the Bills took advantage when Drew Bledsoe found Eric Moulds for the 18 yard touchdown putting the Bills up 7-0. After two Josh Scobe field goals, the Bills were in the redzone but Eric Moulds fumbled the ball giving back to Jacksonville. But Leftwich gave it right back by throwing an interception, and the Bills got a field goal out of it extending their lead to 10-6. Late in the fourth quarter, The Jags faced a 4th and 14 and Leftwich threw it deep to Jimmy Smith who grabbed the ball and pulled it in over Bills defender Nate Clements at the Buffalo 22 yard line. On a 4th and Goal from the 7 yard line, Leftwich found Ernast Willford in the back of the endzone with no time left giving Jacksonville the 13-10 victory.

Standings

AFC South
W L T PCT PF PA STK
Indianapolis Colts 12 4 0 .750 522 351 L-1
Jacksonville Jaguars 9 7 0 .563 261 280 W-1
Houston Texans 7 9 0 .438 309 339 L-1
Tennessee Titans 5 11 0 .313 344 439 W-1

References

AFC East North South West East North South West NFC
Buffalo Baltimore Houston Denver Dallas Chicago Atlanta Arizona
Miami Cincinnati Indianapolis Kansas City NY Giants Detroit Carolina St. Louis
New England Cleveland Jacksonville Oakland Philadelphia Green Bay New Orleans San Francisco
NY Jets Pittsburgh Tennessee San Diego Washington Minnesota Tampa Bay Seattle
2004 NFL DraftNFL PlayoffsPro BowlSuper Bowl XXXIX

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