Tennessee Titans dominate Colts, Texans and Jaguars in NFL’s “triplet” rankings
By Will Lomas
Jacksonville Jaguars: 29th (down 5 spots from 2019)
Bhanpuri’s best quote:
"But while Gardner’s rookie stats look impressive on paper, the tape tells a more complete story. Jacksonville’s offense — almost unbearable to watch for extended stretches — ranked 26th in third-down conversion percentage (34.5%) and 27th in three-and-out percentage (23.9%)."
I think even the most confident Jacksonville Jaguars fans would admit now that Leonard Fournette may have been the right pick if he had worked out, but that hasn’t even gotten close to happening. He was always going to drag this list down, and Minshew gets a lot of credit for early success but after that, it wasn’t nearly as fun as people think.
The one shining light on that team right now is D.J. Chark who looked really good as the WR1, and if the Jags are going to evolve in 2021 they need to really consider going after Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne with two of their first three picks.
For now though, the QB and RB just feel like placeholders.