Jacksonville Jaguars: NFL 2019 - AFC South



After being one of AFC's big surprises in 2017/18, the Jaguars had a disappointing season, winning just 5 games and finishing last in AFC South. Blake Bortles remained pathetic as the team's quarterback and was replaced by Cody Kessler during the season, while the defense regressed slightly and was unable to support the team in the absence of an effective attack. 

The Jaguars finally decided it was time to change quarterback after Blake Bortles had had five seasons for the team without ever delivering above average production. The team offered a 4-year deal to Super Bowl champion Nick Foles with the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2017/18 season. The team lost a few pieces in defense with Malik Jackson (DT, Eagles) and Tashaun Gipson (FS, Texans) leaving, but used their first round pick at DE / LB Josh Allen. For the attack, the team also brought in Geoff Swaim and Chris Conley, increasing targeting options for their new quarterback, Alfred Blue as backup Leonard Fournette, as well as having a new offensive coordinator in John DeFilippo, who worked with Bellows in the Eagles. 
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