The time has come. The Jacksonville Jaguars have played their last game of the season as they were defeated by the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday night. It was a hard-fought game against one of the best teams in the league.
This is going to be the fifth straight AFC Championship Game for the Chiefs so it is pretty clear that this team is very good.
With some of the players that they have on their team with the coaching staff that they have, it is obvious that the Chiefs are always going to be in the mix.
Now, in order to get where the Chiefs are now, the Jaguars have to keep building. In order to do so, there will be some players that exit the organization in the meantime. These are the three players that played their last game with the Chiefs:
The Jacksonville Jaguars have a few players that you shouldn’t expect back.
After five great years with the New York Football Giants, Evan Engram signed a one-year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars. During his tenure with them, he was one of the better tight ends in the NFL. He had a magnificent year in his one season with the team.
Engram is now a free agent again and there is a chance that he played his last game with Jacksonville. Lawrence needed a good tight end to help him take a big step this year and Engram was that for him.
Now, he might be gone so the Jaguars are going to have to look for someone to add that can help them in that area if it can’t be Evan Engram. Whatever comes his way this off-season in terms of a contract, he will have earned it.