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Jaguars 2018 Recap

After a dream 2017 season, which saw the Jacksonville Jaguars reach the AFC Championship game, they began 2018 with some rather lofty expectations. So naturally, when they finished 5-11, many pundits were asking what happened, rather than look at the whole picture. Dede Westbrook was a standout player, despite the lack of support from the quarterback. Andrew Norwell ended the season just out of the top ten for his position. Calais Campbell was the standout player for the team, ranking in the top spot overall for pass rushers. Still, the dismal record remains, and the team looks forward to 2019. So what did the Jaguars do this offseason to right the ship?

First and foremost, they needed to fix their quarterback position, which they did, adding former Eagles quarterback Nick Foles of four years and 88 million dollars. Next, they made a slew of smaller signings- tight end Geoff Swaim, wide receiver Chris Conley, tackle Cedric Ogbuehi, linebacker Jake Ryan, running back Alfred Blue, and running back Benny Cunningham.

In the draft, the Jaguars immediately fixed their pass rush issues with outside linebacker Josh Allen from Kentucky, who has All-Pro pass rusher written all over him. In round two they added a potential starting left tackle in Jawaan Taylor from Florida. With their two selections in round three, they added tight end Josh Oliver from San Jose State and safety Quincy Williams from Murray State. In round five they added running back Ryquell Armstead from Temple to provide backfield depth. They finished their draft with quarterback Gardner Minshew from Washington State and defensive tackle Dontavius Russell from Auburn. The Jagaurs have a new quarterback for 2019. How much of a difference he makes is yet to be seen.

The Jacksonville Jaguars stunned the NFL world in 2017, finishing 10-6 and winning the AFC South, upsetting the heavily-favored Pittsburgh Steelers in the divisional round, and reaching the AFC championship game. All hopes were on the team’s momentum where they fell to a superior foe, the New England Patriots. Indeed it was a season to remember in Jacksonville. So what did they do this offseason to keep the good vibes going?

First, they released tight end Marcedes Lewis and wide receiver Allen Hurns. They didn’t do anything of note in March in free agency, but they made a whole bunch of smaller signings in April. That month, they picked up offensive lineman Tony Adams, defensive end Lyndon Johnson, offensive tackle KC McDermott, safety C.J. Reavis, wide receiver Allen Lazard, and cornerback Quinton Meeks. They pretty much “stayed home” in the draft with each selection, not going up or down. In round one they shored up their defensive line with Taven Bryan from Florida. In round two they added wide receiver D.J. Clark from LSU. They got a steal in round three with safety Ronnie Harrison from Alabama, who had a late first-round grade on many boards. Round four saw them select offensive tackle Will Richardson from South Carolins State. In round six they grabbed a quarterback, Tanner Lee from Nebraska. Their two round seven selections where outside linebacker Leon Jacobs from Wisconsin and their new punter, Logan Cooke from Mississippi State. The team is about as shocked as everyone else as far as what they pulled off in 2017, but don’t expect a repeat performance in 2018.

The Jacksonville Jaguars and their fans were expecting great things from their team. After a lowly 4-12 record in 2013, rebuilding was the only option. At that point, fans were wondering what the 2014 team would do. By the end of last season, the team managed to win just three games.

In 2015, the Jaguars finsihed the season with a 5-11 record, just two games better than their past two seasons. Bortles played in every game this past season, with his best effort coming against the Dolphins in week two. He threw for 273 yards, and took down Miami by a final score of 23-20. From there the team lost the next four games, virtually eliminating their playoff chances by Mid October. The team was 2-6 by the bye week, and played just a bit better in the second half of the season. The highlight of 2015 was their total destruction of the Colts, with a final score of 51-16.

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From the late 90’s through the mid 2000’s were one of the NFL’s better teams. However since then they have fallen on hard times, and have attempted several rebuilds to no avail. They are in the early stages of another one, so maybe the third time is a charm.

The Jaguars were one of the worst teams in the NFL last season, finishing with a record of 3-13, second worst record league wide. They entered the off season with many needs. Their biggest need was quarterback, and the Jaguars needed a quarterback more than any other team. As a result, with the third selection overall in the 2014 draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars selected Blake Bortles from Central Florida. Bortles flew up the draft boards as the season progressed, and his combine made him climb even higher. Besides just quarterback, the Jaguars had needs all over the place on offense. With their next two selections they drafted wide receivers. In round two the Jaguars selected Marqise Lee from USC. With their second selection of the second round, they selected Allen Robinson from Penn State. You have to keep a young quarterback upright so with their third round selection the Jaguars took Brandon Linder, an offensive guard from Miami. They also need to add some depth at running back, so they selected Bortles teammate from Central Florida, Storm Johnson, in the seventh round.

The Jacksonville Jaguars were found in 1993 and began play in 1995 as part of the NFL’s two team expansion to turn the league into a 32-team league. The Jaguars had some success in early on in their history, making the playoffs six times and winning the division twice. However their last playoff appearance was 2007 so fans, business people, and the league are beginning to run out of patience. The Jaguars are a prime candidate to be moved in the coming years, and they could end up anywhere from London to Los Angeles.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are coming off another tough season. They finished the season 3-13, good for last place in the AFC South. This was not how they expected 2016 to go at all. The Jaguars expected to be better than .500 a year ago, and possibly compete for a wild card spot. After firing head coach Gus Bradley late in the season a year ago, their first priority was hiring a new head coach. After naming longtime NFL head coach Tom Coughlin as their team Vice President, they hired Doug Marrone as their head coach.

After re-signing several backups, quarterback Chad Henne and defensive tackle Abry Jones, they released former high draft choice defensive lineman Jared Odrick. They also released Davon House, who returned to the Packers during free agency. For the first time in a while, the Jagaurs actually stayed out of free agency, focusing on the draft instead.

All in total, the Jaguars had seven draft choices, one in each of the first five rounds, and two in round seven. In round one, they needed a running back, and grabbed the best prospect since Adrian Peterson. That would be LSU's Leonard Fournette. In round two, they shored up their offensive line with Cam Robinson from Alabama. In round three they added to their pass rush with defensive end Dawaune Smoot from Illinois. In round four they grabbed vertical threat DeDe Westbrook from Oklahoma. In round five they added to their linebacker depth with inside linebacker Blair Brown from Ohio. Overall a good draft for the Jaguars. 2018 will be Blake Bortles last chance to prove he is an NFL franchise quarterback, as there are as many as possibly 11 franchise quarterbacks in the draft next year.

After a dream 2017 season, which saw the Jacksonville Jaguars reach the AFC Championship game, they began 2018 with some rather unrealistic expectations. So naturally, when they finished 5-11, many pundits were asking what happened, rather than look at the whole picture.

First and foremost, they needed to fix their quarterback position, which they did, adding former Eagles quarterback Nick Foles of four years and 88 million dollars. Next, they made a slew of smaller signings- tight end Geoff Swaim, wide receiver Chris Conley, tackle Cedric Ogbuehi, linebacker Jake Ryan, running back Alfred Blue, and running back Benny Cunningham.

In the draft, the Jaguars immediately fixed their pass rush issues with outside linebacker Josh Allen from Kentucky, who has All-Pro pass rusher written all over him. In round two they added a potential starting left tackle in Jawaan Taylor from Florida. With their two selections in round three, they added tight end Josh Oliver from San Jose State and safety Quincy Williams from Murray State. In round five they added running back Ryquell Armstead from Temple to provide backfield depth. They finished their draft with quarterback Gardner Minshew from Washington State and defensive tackle Dontavius Russell from Auburn. The Jagaurs have a new quarterback for 2019. How much of a difference he makes is yet to be seen.