As I'm sure you're aware the Jaguars made quite a splash in free agency at the end of last week and over the weekend. While Duval has been lit since the news of the Jaguars most recent free agent signings media across the country have also been taking notice.
John Clayton of ESPN annually ranks the most improved teams after the first wave of free agency.
He believes the Jaguars are this year's most improved team so far.
Here's his take:
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Clayton isn't too far off here. While the Jaguars defense did give up 25 PPG in 2016 many of those points can be attributed to an offense that turned the ball over far too often and gave up some points themselves.
The main point here is that national media analysts like what the Jaguars are doing and that should make Jaguars fans happy.
But do not forget the Jaguars "won the offseason" last year too, and were also John Clayton's most improved team.
So - buyer be ware when it comes to offseason moves. At this point, with this roster, coaching staff, and front office Jaguars fans should be cautiously optimistic. Things are looking really good for the young team, but then again we've said that before.
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