JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- ESPN's Ron Jaworski created some buzz recently when he ranked Matt Cassel last in his annual quarterback ratings.
One thing that may have gone unnoticed by non-Jacksonville Jaguars fans, however, is the fact that the second-best quarterback in the AFC South wears black and teal. Chad Henne came in 27th in Jaworski's rankings, but that was higher than two other QBs in the division.
Tennessee's Jake Locker was rated as 29th and Houston's Ryan Fitzpatrick 31st. Jaworski ranked Indianapolis' Andrew Luck a surprising fifth, ahead of Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger (sixth), Atlanta's Matt Ryan (eighth), and the New York Giants' Eli Manning (11th).
As for Henne, Jaworski calls him a "solid NFL quarterback" who doesn't move well and needs a clean pocket to really thrive.
Here are some additional pieces of Jaguars-related content from around the Web in our Reading the Coverage feature:
National Football Post's Greg Gabriel presents his Jaguars season preview.
Yahoo! Sports' Frank Schwab writes the Jaguars still have a long way to go.
EA Sports released its "NFL Madden 15" rookie ratings and Blake Bortles was the video game's top-rated rookie. The Sporting News' Vinnie Iyer provides a behind-the-scenes look at how the ratings are compiled.
Bortles is 18th in jersey sales from April 1-July 17.