JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - The Jacksonville Jaguars have one week of stability remaining.
Changes are coming. The players know it. The coaches know it. Everyone inside the building is waiting for the inevitable moves that could make last season's roster turnover seem like a minor tweak.
In a league in which winning is all that matters, the Jaguars (2-13) realize they haven't done enough to prevent massive upheaval under new owner Shad Khan.
So as players prepare for Sunday's season finale at Tennessee (5-10), they also are bracing for what lies ahead.
Jacksonville has lost 11 of its past 12 games, including four in a row, and ranks 31st in the league in offense and defense. The team's last win came against the Titans on Nov. 25.