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I'll be honest. I've never been in the Jaguars war room during a draft. I would have loved to have been in it in 2005, though.
I want to know what the conversation was when it was time to make a pick.
From an outside perspective, the pick is absolutely mind-blowing. The Jaguars drafted a quarterback, but they played him at wide receiver.
Well, if they wanted a receiver, why didn't they just take an actual receiver?
Roddy White was available, as were most prospects at the 21st overall selection—White ended up being picked six selections later.
If somehow the Jaguars wanted a quarterback and thought they were getting the best one available, than I'd sure like to see what they thought of Aaron Rodgers, who was drafted by the Green Bay Packers just three picks after the Jaguars selected Jones.
To be fair, of the two college quarterbacks, Jones did have more touchdown receptions than Rodgers.