Ranking QBs Jacksonville Jaguars will face in 2021

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The Jacksonville  Jaguars will have a favorable matchup against these QBs.

14. Drew Lock – The Denver Broncos thought they were taking their quarterback of the future when they drafted Drew Lock in 2019 but the future may never come. So far, the former second-round pick looks more interesting in practicing his dance moves than winning football games. The Broncos traded for Teddy Bridgwater in the offseason. While he’s better than Lock, he won’t keep opposing offensive coordinators awake Saturday night.

13. Zach Wilson – The Jaguars will face off against the quarterback might have drafted had they not clinched the first overall pick in this year’s selection meeting. Zach Wilson is a talented prospect, but he still needs to show he belongs in the NFL. The duel between the two top picks in 2021’s draft could become a marquee matchup down the road but not this season.

12. Tua Tagovailoa  The sophomore is ready to lead the Miami Dolphins after sharing quarterback duties with Ryan Fitzpatrick last season. While Tua Tagovailoa could develop into a solid NFL starter, he first needs to take the training wheels off.

11. Cam Newton – Injuries have robbed Cam Newton of his effectiveness. Back in 2015, he was a dual-threat quarterback and dangerous in the red zone. The Carolina Panthers, the team that made him the first-overall pick in 2011, eventually gave up on him. The New England Patriots still think he has some gas left in the tank and brought him back this offseason after signing him in 2020.