By many estimations, the Jacksonville Jaguars overachieved last season. They elected to start a rookie quarterback two games into the season, were severely lacking at the wide receiver position, and were decimated by injuries. That was a recipe for disaster. If it wasn't for Maurice Jones-Drew carrying the team, literally, on the way to the rushing title, and DC Mel Tucker turning his defense into the sixth-ranked unit in the NFL, the Jags would have posted fewer than the five wins they managed to muster last season.
Going on the clock an hour into the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars had their choice of several consensus top prospects with the 10th pick. Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen, Oklahoma State wide receiv... Read Post
It’s no secret that the Jacksonville Jaguars need a wide receiver. Rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert struggled for most of the season. Although plenty of his struggles were due to his own shortcomings, his performance was also signi... Read Post
Blake Bortles has endured highs and lows in his rookie season, starting eight games for the Jaguars in 2014. Have the expectations been too high? Where is Bortles struggling? How can he improve through the last five weeks of his roo... Read Post