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Jags need to focus more on Olineman first!!!!!!!

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forget getting a qb in first round,and early rounds. Jags need to draft a bunch of good offensseive lineman since we don't have many. only a couple,and when those good players go down so does the qb protection. Jags need to draft a bunch of offenssive lineman to protect the qb. if they don't its going to be another 4 to 5 years of loseing records. no qb can win games when he has little to no protection.




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(02-13-2019, 07:26 PM)snowwolf776 Wrote: forget getting a qb in first round,and early rounds. Jags need to draft a bunch of good offensseive lineman since we don't have many. only a couple,and when those good players go down so does the qb protection. Jags need to draft a bunch of offenssive lineman to protect the qb. if they don't its going to be another 4 to 5 years of loseing records. no qb can win games when he has little to no protection.

Depending upon what happens before and leading up to free agency, we may not have a choice.

If Cann and Parnell leave, the Jaguars hands may be forced to some extent if there is any interest in winning this year.

I could easily see a scenario where the team trades for Foles, allows Cann and/or Parnell to leave, and drafts guys like Cody Ford and Lindstrom.

But beyond that, there is a need to improve the depth.

Perhaps a tougher question would arise in the event Parnell and Cann are retained for another year.

Presumably, both would remain starters for 2019.  In that case, how high do you draft players who may be depth?
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(02-13-2019, 07:26 PM)snowwolf776 Wrote: forget getting a qb in first round,and early rounds. Jags need to draft a bunch of good offensseive lineman since we don't have many. only a couple,and when those good players go down so does the qb protection. Jags need to draft a bunch of offenssive lineman to protect the qb. if they don't its going to be another 4 to 5 years of loseing records. no qb can win games when he has little to no protection.

I am on board with the idea that we need to improve the offensive line.  I'm always in agreement with that.  

But as for not spending our first round pick on a QB, the problem is, next year we might not have as good a pick.  For example, what if we wind up drafting 20th in the first round next year?  In that case, it will be very hard to get up high enough to get an elite QB in the draft.  

I think we have to take our shot while we have it.


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