The Jacksonville Jaguars have some talented players on their roster.
Being named to the Pro Bowl is one of the highest honors an NFL player can earn. It’s not as prestigious as a Second or First-Team All-Pro designation, but it’s still a coveted accolade nonetheless. Unfortunately for the Jacksonville Jaguars, none of their players got a Pro Bowl nod in 2020. However, things could be different next year, as some of their rookies have enough potential to get their name called in the future.
Nobody will argue that as a whole, the ‘Jags’ aren’t a talented team. They rank near the bottom of most offensive and defensive categories and have lost 13 consecutive games after beating the Indianapolis Colts in the season opener. Nevertheless, there are some talented players in place that should be part of the team’s core for the foreseeable future.
Running back James Robinson certainly got snubbed from the Pro Bowl, but center Brandon Linder and linebacker Myles Jack certainly deserved consideration as well. Also, former general manager David Caldwell picked a few players with plenty of upside in this year’s draft that have shown flashes of playmaking prowess in 2020.
If these four Jaguars rookies could continue developing, they could earn a Pro Bowl berth as soon as 2021.