Bryan Bulaga, although you'd have to overpay for him and that's a lot of money to have invested in a right tackle.
Allen Robinson, Allen Hurns and Marqise Lee are still unproven players and it takes several years for most receivers to learn to play in the NFL. If the Jaguars go into the 2015 season without a productive veteran receiver, regardless of which player it is, that's not going to help Blake Bortles.
@ESPNdirocco: Ha! I don't think having more, or less, air in the ball would have made a difference on Blake Bortles' four pick-sixes.
@ESPNdirocco Do you think some of the Jags QB problems could be the result of under or over inflated footballs? I hope you have a great day— Kelly Morgan (@InstiGatorUF) January 30, 2015
Buffalo Bills didn't exactly light things up. There's never going to be a coaching hire that's universally loved. Most people react on name recognition alone, anyway.
@ESPNdirocco: I don't know if you're the only one, but I don't agree with you. Allen Hurns is never going to be a No. 1 receiver but he could certainly stick for a few seasons as a No. 4 or 5. He runs well, has an understanding of pro concepts and is a tough kid.
@ESPNdirocco Am I the only one who thinks that Hurns doesn't really have a future in Jax? He knew Jedd's plays, but now he's starting over— Mark Mimms (@thatgringoguy) January 30, 2015
Justin Blackmon i a true No. 1 receiver. Every team has a No. 1 receiver -- its best receiver -- but a true No. 1 receiver is a guy like Calvin Johnson, A.J. Green, Julio Jones, etc. Blackmon is certainly not at that level. Where he fits depends on how much he lost sitting out for more than a year (there has to be some impact from the suspension), how much Allen Robinson and Marqise Lee develop and whether the Jaguars sign a productive veteran in free agency.
Avery Williamson edged out Telvin Smith for a spot on the All AFC-South team so it wasn't logical to have Smith be the Rookie of the Year when he didn't beat out Williamson.