Let that sink in for a moment.
Quarterback Blake Bortles, who has had an excellent preseason, adds into the prospect that their streak may finally die in 2015.
"It's not beyond the realm of happening," receivers coach Jerry Sullivan said via The Times-Union. "I'm not going to make any predictions, but if we take care of our business, things will take care of itself in that light."
Sullivan, now in his third year with the Jaguars, has a tremendous track record at the position and will play a big role in this quest as well.
Still, this is something of a proving grounds for a team that has looked less than capable over the past decade. Dave Caldwell, the team's general manager, has done a great job of putting the right pieces together -- why else would we even be talking about a possible 1,000-yard wideout?
The challenge, though, will be in execution.