Jacksonville Jaguars started their rebuilding in 2013 by hiring Gus Bradley. He inherited a team with the cupboard bare of talent on offense and defense. They finished the season with a 4-12 record.The offense was one of the least productive units in the NFL and will need an overhaul. The Jaguars potential Big 3 on offense are no longer with the team. Blaine Gabbert was suppose to be the franchise quarterback but never fulfilled his potential, Maurice Jones-Drew was not resigned and has taken his talents to Oakland, and Justin Blackmon was suppose to be the star wide receiver but has been suspended indefinitely for repeated violations of the illegal performance enhancement drug policy. The Jaguars enter the 2014 season with plenty of question marks on the offensive side of the ball.
The defense ranked near the bottom in several categories. Luckily they play in the AFC South division where, besides the Indianapolis Colts, there are no high scoring offenses. Head coach Gus Bradley was formerly the Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator and help build that defense that was the catalyst for them winning their first Super Bowl last year. He has his hands full with rebuilding Jacksonville's defense. They have some solid pieces, but need a couple of superstar players to build around. Same can be said for the offense as well. Look below at players who could help Jacksonville turn things around.