There’s an awful lot of buzz surrounding the Jacksonville Jaguars after general manager Dave Caldwell executed a strong offseason plan. The Jaguars were able to add a young franchise-caliber quarterback in Blake Bortles, two young receivers in Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson and strengthen up their defensive depth.
Generally speaking, it was a strong offseason for a franchise looking to build a winning culture.
Nevertheless, “strong” doesn’t mean perfect. The Jaguars did miss some opportunities that could have expedited their competitive development while they continued to work to rebuild the organization’s reputation.
While it is a little nitpicky, let’s take a look at which moves the Jaguars should have made this offseason.