The Jaguars were an unmitigated disaster in 2012, so improving to nearly decent in 2013 stands as progress.
But they did things in the second half of the season that made them appear competent, at least on one side of the ball.
But coach Gus Bradley has created some momentum there, and there’s a real sense that the Jaguars could continue to improve if they find the right quarterback. That quarterback is not Chad Henne, but Henne is a perfectly fine backup for whomever it might be.
They can nearly have their pick of the passers in this draft with the third choice, but with 11 total picks and plenty of needs, they can move around and check off a lot of boxes.
You can check out our full preview here, and cast your vote below on what you think their top need is.