Leonard Fournette was a second alternate this year, having run for 1,152 yards and catching 76 passes to lead the Jaguars.”
Fournette had a Renaissance season where he became a leader on and off the field. The Jaguars offense ran through him literally. Hopefully, he should still remain the focus of the office next season, even with Jay Gruden being hired as a team’s new offensive coordinator
Had it not been for an illness in the final game of the season, Fournette would have run for 1,200 yards and more than likely would have caught 80 passes.
This is the kind of season Fournette needed after a 2018 campaign that was full of injuries and disruption inside TIAA Bank Field. The former first-round pick out of LSU will enter his fourth season with the Jaguars with more to prove in 2020.