The Jacksonville Jaguars more talent than what meets the eye.
After losing eight consecutive games, it’s clear the Jacksonville Jaguars need an infusion of talent. Their defense has allowed 30 points in six games and less than 24 four in just one. Opposing teams have no problem dissecting the team’s secondary and their front four has trouble generating pressure.
The ‘Jags’ offense isn’t faring much better. Their offensive line is solid but nothing out of the ordinary. To make matters worse, the quarterback position remains a question mark after rookie Jake Luton’s subpar showing at Lambeau Field.
It’s uncertain how severe the turnover of Jaguars players will be in the offseason, but we know the team’s brass needs to keep these five players. After all, they are playing hard in spite of the Jaguars’ abysmal 1-8 record.
Linebacker Myles Jack could be the veteran of this list. Back in 2016’s draft, this Jacksonville team used a second-round selection in the UCLA standout. Although many players have come and go during his tenure, the former Bruins linebacker signed a four-year $33 million contract that ensures that he will remain with the organization until the 2023 season expires.
Even though Jack has never received any Pro Bowl or All-Pro nominations, he has played at a high level throughout his five-year career. This season, the linebacker has registered 52 tackles, one forced fumble, one sack, and three pass deflections. Whatever plans the Jaguars have for the future, Myles Jack has to be part of them.