I don't expect Jacksonville to make the playoffs this year either, but with the talent they have they could suprise people.
I think there was too much hype about this year's draft class at receiver. Historically, rookies at the WR position have struggled to make a significat impact. Players don't usually "break out" at that position until their second or third year. Last year, Boldin had a great year, and that is fueling a lot of the optimism about this year's class, but I get the feeling that most of them won't live up to expectations this year.
As for Jacksonville, I agree that they are getting better, but I'm not sure there's room for a suprise team in the same division as Tennessee and Indianapolis. Tennessee has been living on the edge of salary cap hell for a few years now, and with their stars starting to get up there in age, they have to know that their window is closing. The Colts have to deal with both Harrison and James needing new contracts soon. Their Window won't be open much longer either. I just don't think that this is the year for Jacksonville to try to make a move. They're better off using this year to further develop their young talent. (and to try to keep Fred Taylor healthy)
quick edit: just noticed that this was post #200