NFL’s Future is breaking down all 32 teams drafts in 32 days, today we will analyze the Jacksonville Jaguars:
I’ll be honest I didn’t like much about this draft for the Jaguars. They didn’t address needs and they basically announced Jack Del Rio’s Jacksonville exit strategy. As if selecting a QB in the first round wasn’t bad enough they traded away picks to move up to select a QB. Goodbye Jack Del Rio.
Don’t get me wrong, I like Blaine Gabbert, but I don’t get Jacksonville trading up to get him if you’re in win now mode. Jacksonville clearly has bigger needs at DE, S, and CB. They failed to address any of those needs. Unless you consider Chris Prosinski and Rod Issac help.
On a positive note, Will Rackley was a good selection at 76.
Anyways, here’s a breakdown of the 2011 draft of the Jacksonville Jaguars: Read the rest of this entry » «2011 NFL Draft Wrap-Up: Jacksonville Jaguars»