"Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jags struggled, but that’s more so on 2019 than 2020. The team couldn’t afford to sign many players as the cap space issues cost them trades. The team found a suitable partner for Nick Foles, but also only grabbed a fifth-round pick for Campbell. Gardner Minshew will need to hit, and the two first-rounders will hopefully help, but this is a disaster in Duval. Let’s see Doug Marrone fight for his job now."
I don’t have as much to say about the Jacksonville Jaguars offseason as I did about the Houston Texans offseason.
A lot of that is because the Jaguars don’t seem as committed to imploding as the Texans do, but to be fair the Jaguars already pushed hard to do that in the middle of the 2019 season so they didn’t have as much to do.
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I think something that is being overlooked with the Jaguars is just how poorly this season turned out in terms of keeping core players. Losing Calais Campbell hurts, but if the Jaguars had been able to keep Jalen Ramsey, Dante Fowler and Yannick Ngakoue happy then they would still have a defense to build around.
Instead, the Jaguars are going to end up trading all three of those players and if you constantly lose your best players in free agency or by trading them, eventually you are going to miss on those draft picks (because no one is perfect, especially not the Jaguars) and your team will have no talent.
A four-win season feels very real for the Jacksonville Jaguars and unless they make perfect picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, I don’t know that the Titans have much to worry about here.