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The single most important position in the NFL is quarterback. The Jaguars have been lucky in recent years to have a solid, albeit unspectacular, quarterback in David Garrard, but saw him to the door before the first game of the season.
In April, the Jaguars felt they were getting a steal by drafting Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert with the tenth overall pick, especially after the Tennessee Titans selected Jake Locker with the eighth pick.
In Gabbert's nine starts, he's thrown for just over 1,300 yards, averaging only 146 yards per game and throwing the same amount of touchdowns as interceptions: six.
If given a do-over, the Jaguars would certainly look to either not draft Gabbert, or go ahead and draft current Bengals starting quarterback, Andy Dalton.
Or they could have never released David Garrard.