3 OC options the Jacksonville Jaguars should consider instead of Press Taylor

• The Jaguars are seemingly keeping OC Press Taylor

• But there are other coaches who could do a better job

• Here are 3 of them

Sep 26, 2022; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA;  Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (right)
Sep 26, 2022; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (right) / Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports
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The Jacksonville Jaguars dismissed defensive coordinator Mike Caldwell and most of the defensive staff, and rightfully so. Leaving aside how much talent they had at hand, the unit looked undisciplined and failed to prevent opposing teams later in the regular season. That falls on the coaches. On the other hand, the Jags barely made any changes to the offense despite the fact that they also looked sloppy at times last season.

One day after the loss to the Tennessee Titans in the finale, Doug Pederson vouched for offensive coordinator Press Taylor, noting that he could improve but overall did a good job. Looking back, Taylor's playcalling wasn't particularly dreadful but it was unimaginative. Similarly, there were communication issues on offense. One of Taylor's tasks as a coordinator is making sure that kind of thing didn't happen, but it did.

On the other hand, there were other problems besides Taylor that held the offense back in 2023, namely the offensive line. And while he was criticized for not being able to get the running game going, he also got praised for his football acumen. That's why Pederson and the Jaguars believe Taylor and the offense will be much better if they cut down on mistakes and make upgrades to the offensive trenches.

Having said that, there are other coaches who could arguably do a better job than Press Taylor if they were given a chance. With that in mind, here are three offensive coordinator alternatives, the Jaguars should or should've considered to replace Taylor: