The Jacksonville Jaguars are terrible. Their 0-4 record doesn't even begin to measure the bad. The Jaguars are getting crushed by an average of 24.5 points per game. On the bright side, they have found a way to score every game. Sadly, one of those games they only scored a safety and in another they made only a single field goal.
How bad is it for the Jaguars' offense? In pass offense, the gap between Jacksonville (-74.2% DVOA) and the No. 31 New York Jets (-19.9% DVOA) is larger than the gap between the Jets and the Seattle Seahawks, who rank fifth in the league in passing offense (31.7%).
Opponent adjustments are applied to our DVOA ratings this week for the first time in 2013, but that doesn't do much to help the Jacksonville Jaguars, who currently register as the worst team Football Outsiders has ever tracked through four games.
Are the Jaguars the worst team the NFL has ever seen? Worse even than the 0-16 2008 Detroit Lions?