The Jacksonville Jaguars have the talent to compete in the AFC South.
Instead of talking about all draft all the time, let’s take a look at what an “All AFC South Team” would look like. I listed the starter at each position as well as the top backup(s) for most positions. This team is built as a 53 man roster based on how most teams build their rosters. These players were chosen off of their career performance to date, so if you are emotionally attached to a player off of what they did for a couple games this is not the article for you. That’s not to say no rookies made the team, but they had to really stand out to do so.
For the most part the team looks well balanced on offense, with the Tennessee Titans leading the division in selections on offense. The offensive depth chart is as follows:
Number of offensive selections per teams:
Tennessee Titans: 7
Indianapolis Colts: 6
Jacksonville Jaguars: 6
Houston Texans: 5
All starters are listed in italics.
Quarterbacks: Andrew Luck (Colts) Marcus Mariota (Titans)
Running Backs: Demarco Murray (Titans) Lamar Miller (Texans) Frank Gore (Colts) Chris Ivory (Jaguars)
Wide Receivers: T.Y. Hilton (Colts) Deandre Hopkins (Texans) Allen Robinson (Jaguars) Allen Hurns (Jaguars) Donte Moncrief (Colts)
Tight Ends: Delanie Walker (Titans) C.J. Fiedorowicz (Texans) Marcedes Lewis (Jaguars)
Left Tackles: Duane Brown (Texans) Taylor Lewan (Titans)
Left Guards: Quinton Spain (Titans) Jack Mewhort (Colts)
Centers: Brandon Linder (Jaguars) Ryan Kelly (Colts)
Right Guards: Josh Kline (Titans) A.J. Cann (Jaguars)
Right Tackles: Jack Conklin (Titans) Derek Newton (Texans)