Fact or Fiction for Jacksonville Jaguars' Biggest Offseason Question Marks

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Fact or Fiction for Jacksonville Jaguars' Biggest Offseason Question Marks
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The main question mark hovering over the Jacksonville Jaguars offseason inevitably lies at quarterback. It concerns the choice between veteran incumbent Chad Henne and rookie Blake Bortles, the third overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.

Head coach Gus Bradley and general manager David Caldwell appear to have already made their choice. But is the decision to sit Bortles and trust the experience of Henne really the right move for a rebuilding team?

Of course, Jacksonville's success at quarterback could well be determined by the team's pass-catchers. A group of talented but young and unheralded wide receivers must prove they can thrive without Justin Blackmon.

Defensively, the questions are just as pressing. Specifically, has enough been done to boost an anemic pass rush?

Here's a fact-or-fiction judgment on the major question marks still surrounding the rebuilding Jaguars.

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