He completed only 50 percent of his passes, threw only 12 touchdowns and had 11 interceptions.
But it wasn't all his fault.
He was the victim of a mishandled quarterback situation by former head coach Jack Del Rio and, more importantly, he didn't have all the tools necessary for him to grow.
Outside of Maurice Jones-Drew, Gabbert still doesn't have much to work with in Jacksonville.
New head coach Mike Mularkey—who is an offensive-minded coach, by the way—and the rest of the Jaguars front office can rectify this by helping Gabbert in this year's draft.
Here are five players that the Jags could select to help the young quarterback.