Money Ball with Tony Khan of the Jacksonville Jaguars

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    After a year of analysis and a 2-14 record that was the worst in franchise history, the new Jags made two important moves for the 2013 season — replacing Smith with new general manager David Caldwell and bringing in former Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley to take over for head coach Mike Mularkey. Khan’s son Tony had already been named to the position of senior vice president, football technology & analytics. And from the moment Caldwell and Bradley were hired in 2013, the younger Khan’s passion for metrics as they applied to football performance became an overarching concept.

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