2012 NFL Draft: Jacksonville Jaguars' 5 Biggest Needs

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2012 NFL Draft: Jacksonville Jaguars' 5 Biggest Needs
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Needless to say, the Jacksonville Jaguars need a lot of help.

The team finished 2011 at 5-11, missed the playoffs for the fourth season in a row, fired its head coach during the season and are now under new ownership.

How did the Jaguars get into this position you ask? Poor draft picks.

The Jaguars have become the model of poor drafting outside of the man you see pictured above, Maurice Jones-Drew. (Too soon to call Blaine Gabbert a bust.)

Year after year, the Jaguars come away with next to nothing from their drafts and it may cost the city of Jacksonville its team.

In order for the Jaguars to escape mediocrity, the new regime of head coach Mike Mularkey and owner Shahid Khan should look at these five areas in particular when mulling over who to take in April.

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