Jags are 0-4, and no relief in sight, so is it Tim Tebow time?
At 0-4, the Jacksonville Jaguars have plenty of problems. Quarterback, of course, is the most prominent and noticeable concern for fans.
And it's why fans continue to push for another option beyond Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne, who have combined to throw just one touchdown in four games. And seven interceptions.
One solution that seems to not go away is the fact that Tim Tebow is a man without a team … and is thought to be a potential savior for the franchise.
On Sunday, during the Jaguars' 37-3 loss at home to Indianapolis, a fan paid for a plane to fly over EverBank Field with a sign that read, "Tebow. Why not?"
Why not? It really can't get much worse.
And a billboard has popped up, too. Tebow fans have purchased a sign that reads, "If you sign him, we will come. Tebow to Jax. www.jags-tebow.com"
Gabbert had two INTs in a Week 1 loss to Kansas City and then three INTs in Sunday's loss to Indianapolis. Clearly, the third-year quarterback continues to struggle albeit with his third coach in as many years and with injuries to key offensive players.
Henne struggled in road losses to Oakland and Seattle as he filled in for the injured Gabbert … who returned to the field on Sunday against the Colts only to generate a field goal.
The Jaguars (0-4) have managed just 896 offensive yards and have struggled to put points on the board all season. In their only other home game, the opener against the Chiefs, the Jaguars recorded just a safety and no offensive points.