Jacksonville Jaguars Will Need to Upgrade Multiple Positions in Offseason
Nov 30, 2014; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis (89) attempts to catch the ball during the fourth quarter against the New York Giants at EverBank Field. The Jaguars won 25-24. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
The Jaguars have been fortunate to have a talented player like Marcedes Lewis for as long as they have, but the time has come for them to attack the position in the draft.
While it is likely that Lewis can still be a Jaguar for another year or two due to his exceptional blocking abilities, the Jaguars will need to find some speed to help Blake Bortles stretch the field.
Clay Harbor and Nic Jacobs have not been the answer, and the Jaguars have done very little to add much depth to the position since Caldwell took over.
The Jaguars have seen first-hand how difficult it is to stop a versatile, pass catching tight end this year.
The most important factor will be whether or not the Jaguars are able to upgrade their offensive line to the point where they feel comfortable allowing their tight end to actually run routes compared to assist in blocking.