Lucky Lucas said:
jags are never bad enough to get a top 3 pick, enjoy drafting another inexperienced QB. prolly gonna end up with that hawiian kid from Oregon who only has 1 year of starting experience.
You realize we just picked top 3 (2nd) literately two fu*king weeks ago right?
Everyone picking the Jags to finish 2nd worst after Oakland too. I mean, might not happen, but even then if we drafted towards the end of the top 10 we can still grab Boyd who is arguably the most NFL ready QB in this entire class. Well renowned QB guru George Whitfield There's Fales (personal favorite), there's a bunch of QBs worth a 1st round pick in this draft, unlike last year.
EDIT: This whole QB picture is also shaking out just like the Jags wanted it to as well:
Jason Cole, ESPN said:
At the same time, Caldwell is going to spend much of the season studying the likes of Bridgewater, Boyd and whoever else emerges as a candidate next year. Privately, the Jaguars were only too happy to see the Buffalo Bills (Manuel) and New York Jets (Smith) grab quarterbacks in the first two rounds of the draft. That likely takes both teams off the market for next year and leaves Jacksonville and Cleveland as the top likely teams in need.
They punted on the QBs this year, because they liked next years crop better. Now that Buffalo and New York are committed, they'll also have a better pick of the litter. On top of Cleveland (which, Weeden might pan out still, who knows), I'd add Oakland to the list (although again, Flynn might pan out.) There's likely to be a new team to be looking into the QB spot too, but the Jags have positioned themselves to be able to pick and choose on the stronger QB class next year. It's still strange to me to have actual competent people in power, who have a plan and know what they're doing in Jacksonville for once... way overdue.