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I believe that Blaine Gabbert can be the franchise quarterback for the Jaguars. That can happen only happen if they get what they've never had with Byron Leftwich or David Garrard, and that is... a friggin' No.1 wide receiver!
I mean, seriously? One of the biggest need positions for the Jaguars for the last couple of years has been a wide receiver. The reason that they haven't drafted a wideout in the first round is because it hasn't worked out with the past couple of receivers like Matt Jones and Reggie Williams. Don't they know who they are? Well...there is a reason for that.
If the Jaguars want to help Gabbert, they are going to need a big time wide receiver to help him with his development, and Jackson can do just that.
The Jags don't want to draft a wide receiver in the first round because of the wide receivers they've drafted in the past, and they don't want to draft and pay an unproven player too much money. But DeSean Jackson has proven that he can be productive at a Pro Bowl level, so I can see the Jaguars signing Jackson.