Our Jaguars' pick: Third place

Four of our five panelists at ESPN.com pick the Jaguars to finish third in the AFC South.

"Blaine Gabbert is looking better at quarterback now that he's surrounded by legitimate wide receivers, but the Maurice Jones-Drew holdout is a downer and will hurt," writes John Clayton.

There are outside options, I write in our Intelligence Report: "The Jaguars threatened no one on the outside last season with a super-weak crew of receivers who were not well-coached. The additions of Justin Blackmon and Laurent Robinson fix that. They'll be able to make plays on the outside, stretch the field and gain chunks of yardage after the catch. As they force defenses to play the entire field, they'll open things up for whoever is running the ball and inside receivers such as tight end Marcedes Lewis and slot receiver Mike Thomas, if he recovers from a lousy 2011 and preseason."

Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. likes the running back position, but is including holdout Jones-Drew.

For the full fill, please head here. (Be sure to read Horton's fine print section on the right, right after you watch the preview video above it.)