Since last making the playoffs in 2007, the Jacksonville Jaguars have endured arguably the worst period in franchise history, going 27-53 over the past 5 seasons with no winning records, let alone playoff berths. In 2011, they hoped to find their new franchise quarterback in Missouri’s Blaine Gabbert, but he’s been a colossal bust to this point, and this team needs an infusion of talent at whatever position they can get the available player at.
It will be hard for the Jags not to draft West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith in hopes that he can become the franchise’s savior, but this roster is so talent-devoid, they need to just take the best player available. That will likely be an offensive lineman like Central Michigan’s Eric Fisher, or a defensive tackle like Florida’s Sharrif Floyd. Where will they go? You decide.
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