On Monday morning, the Jaguars and offensive coordinator John DeFilippo "mutually" decided to part ways. In mutual break-ups, there's usually one side that initiates the idea. At this point, It's unclear how everything went down.
Flip spent just one season in Jacksonville, and while several players made strides on the offensive side of the ball, the overall performance on the offense was disappointing. It's hard to blame DeFilippo for the results — he lost his starting QB in week one and had to revamp his play calling and playbook for a rookie in Gardner Minshew.
After ditching DeFilippo, the Jaguars are now on the hunt for a new offensive coordinator. In an email from the PR staff, the team said "Doug Marrone will begin the offensive coordinator search immediately."
With several young, talented offensive pieces and a bevy of incoming draft picks, the decision on who to mold the Jaguars' offense in 2020 and beyond will be a critical one.
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