The Jacksonville Jaguars are coming off the worst season in franchise history. They won just two games, finished 29th in total offense, 30th in total defense and flat out didn't have enough talent to compete. It's clear the rebuilding process is going to take some time.
When a team enters the offseason with so many needs, it can often be overwhelming for a front office. Since it's impossible to fill every void in the span of a few months, it comes down to targeting the biggest weaknesses first.
That's what the Jaguars have to determine before draft day. They own the second overall pick, which means they should be able to make at least one major addition. It just comes down to what position they want to address first.
Let's examine each area of Jacksonville's roster and analyze the team's best course of action. Fans must understand the process is going to take a while, though.