32. Jacksonville Jaguars (finished 28)
What I said at the end of last season:
"What do the Jaguars even do at this point? I mean, you have a quarterback in Gardner Minshew that looks like he might be the guy, but you are stuck in a terrible contract that you are going to have to pay someone to take. Even if you do manage to get that contract off the books, you lost your most talented player in a trade and you don’t have the money to pay one of your other best players, Yannick Ngakoue. D.J. Chark is nice, but without a good coach and with a front office in chaos who know what the next step is or who would want to be involved."
Since those power rankings, the Jaguars have traded or cut everything that made them good two years ago in what can only be described as one of the worst jobs a front office has ever done in an offseason.
With Yannick Ngakoue looking like he is going to either hold out or get traded for less than ideal compensation, the Jaguars’ best case scenario is to repeat their record from last year and even that is a stretch. You are asking K’lavon Chaisson and C.J. Henderson to come in and relace Jalen Ramsey and Ngakoue which…good luck.