This offseason must rate as a success for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Head coach Gus Bradley and general manager David Caldwell have upgraded specific areas of weakness, particularly on defense.
The pair have adhered to a very specific list of targets and managed to land most of the top names on their list. But amid all the pats on backs and good feelings generated by a successful foray into free agency, there is still work to be done in Jacksonville.
The AFC South cellar dwellers still need a boost of talent and intensity along the offensive line. Then there is the elephant in the room that threatens to squash any optimism regarding the Jags: quarterback.
Caldwell and Bradley must accelerate the process of identifying their team's quarterback of the future. They should also make time to find a primary target for that quarterback, to help compensate for Justin Blackmon's issues.
Here's how the Jaguars can complete a near-perfect offseason, starting with what they've already got right.