The Jacksonville Jaguars Week 15 matchup against the Houston Texans didn't quite go as planned. Although they are eliminated from the postseason, Jacksonville seemed hopeful to defeat Houston with Urban Meyer out of the picture. We go over this Jaguars-Texans game with some of our Jaguars' Week 15 takeaways in mind.

Jacksonville is looking like they'll be taking home the first overall selection in the 2022 NFL Draft. Despite that, the franchise has better pieces to build around. The offseason will be an exciting time for the Jaguars, as they'll have another chance to make big changes to the roster.

In the meantime, James Robinson has proven to be a reliable running back. He should be a focal point in the Jaguars rebuild. Additionally, Trevor Lawrence hasn't lived up to the hype, but there is still hope for his success. Lastly, Jacksonville has a ton of work to do, as the culture of the football team is putrid.

With that said, here are three Jaguars' Week 15 takeaways from their game against the Texans.

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Jaguars Week 15 Takeaways

3. James Robinson is a legitimate running back

For whatever reason Urban Meyer didn't like playing James Robinson even though he's the best player on the team. Robinson proved that on Sunday after finishing with 75 rushing yards and one touchdown. With Robinson being incredibly consistent, the Jaguars' rushing attack looks bright in 2022.

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Jacksonville is about to have a dynamic duo in the backfield. Travis Etienne will return from injury and bring an element that's been missing from the Jaguars' offense. Whoever takes over as the head coach should highly consider utilizing a run-first approach. Look for James Robinson to continue dominating this year as he builds momentum for next season.

2. Trevor Lawrence struggles again, but there is still hope

Trevor Lawrence has been terrible this year. Luckily for him, there is plenty of time for him to turn things around. Even so, it appears his rookie campaign has been a waste of time, as Urban Meyer did nothing to develop the rookie phenom.

It's not a good look for Lawrence when he struggles against a terrible Texans defense. The Jaguars must focus on building around Trevor Lawrence this offseason. With the running back situation in a good spot, Jacksonville at least has a starting point in the offseason.

1. The Jaguars have more than just the roster to fix

The roster is in bad shape, but it's not like they're completely terrible. There are key pieces on both sides of the ball, giving the Jaguars a decent foundation to build upon. What's more important right now is for Jacksonville to finally hire a head coach to lead this team.

We've watched this franchise swing and miss so many times we've lost count. However, the Jaguars have everything a head coach would want. Solid young talent to build around, plenty of cap space, and a plethora of draft picks at their disposal. Jacksonville has the pieces to eventually become a threat in the NFL, but it will take some time. If the front office can hire a coach that can change the culture, they'll be in better shape next year.