2010 NFL Mock Draft: Jacksonville Jaguars Seven-Round Pick Possibilities

February 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For a team known for its tough defense, hard-nosed coach and focused attention to upgrading defense two of the past three drafts; the Jacksonville Jaguars have been a disappointing team as of late. As we forecast a best-case, worst-case scenario for the upcoming 2010 NFL draft we note a few things probably stand out to General Manager Gene Smith. Offense David Garrard will never be a world-beater. His very pedestrian-like stat line from 2009 reveals as much—15 touchdowns against 10 picks. What’s alarming was his 14 fumbles of which he lost eight which was good for most in the league along with Eli Manning. Maurice-Jones Drew is one of the Top five running backs in the game. Besides one of the elder statesman at his position, Torry Holt, the Jags have a promising playmaker in Mike Sims-Walker. They might consider a tall receiver to give them a redzone threat. Mike Thomas (University of Arizona) needs a year or two to develop into the trustworthy slot receiver his speed projects...

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