The Jacksonville Jaguars Have A New Logo But They Are The Same Old Terrible Team

The Jacksonville Jaguars Have A New Logo But They Are The Same Old Terrible Team

Jacksonville : FL : USA | Feb 06, 2013 at 10:45 AM PST
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The Jacksonville Jaguars have a new redesigned logo but they are the same old crappy team. I do like the logo, even though only minor changes seem to have been made. The logo gives the team a more modern look. The cost of the logo? Who knows but it probably was too much.

While I like the new logo, the team should be spending its money acquiring talented players and building a winner.The Jaguars suck. They're terrible. I think they should have used that money to build a winner. Sign a couple of players and improve the team, then spend money on the logo.

I hate to break it to Jaguars owner Shad Khan; this new logo isn't going to make your team a winner. NFL players aren't going to say "woohoo, wow, OMG" and come flocking to your team because of the new logo. Current players aren't going to turn into superstars because that new logo inspires great play.
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