Jacksonville Jaguars: What might happen on Draft Night
The Jaguars Draft Two Offensive Players In Round 1
It would not surprise me in the least if Jacksonville decides to commit to making the offense great again. The Jaguars scored 18.8 points per game last year.
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The scheme that former coordinator John DeFilippo wanted to run failed because of injuries to the tight end and the offense of line that had issues in the pass and run protection.
Enter Jay Gruden who now fills that role and looks to establish a more consistent game plan. Also, look for the tight end to become Gardner Minshew‘s best friend.
If the jaguars are able to get themselves a left tackle with a nice pic and then follow it up with a speedy wide receiver later in the draft, it would certainly boost the possibility of this team scoring more points in 2020.
Also, don’t be surprised, and I hate to say this if somebody like Justin Herbert is still available at No. 20 and the Jacksonville Jaguars selected their quarterback of the future.