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Jaguars move up to No. 8 spot of draft order after loss to Bucs

Jags Wire logo Jags Wire 3 days ago James Johnson
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The Jacksonville Jaguars inched closer to the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft after sustaining their fourth straight loss Week 13. While it was just a one-spot jump from last week's spot (No. 9), the No. 8 spot isn't a bad spot for the 4-8 Jags, who have several needs heading into 2020.

Per Tankathon, the rest of the Jags' selections for 2020 are as follows as of Week 14:

Second-round (selection No. 43)

Third-round (selection No. 74)

Fourth-round (selection No. 105)

Fifth-round (section No. 136 or No. 148 depending on which pick the Steelers take for Josh Dobbs)

Sixth-round (selections No. 171, No. 192)

Seventh-round (selection No. 202)

With four games remaining, the Jags aren't mathematically out of the hunt for a playoff spot, but it's clear the team isn't postseason material. Additionally, it appears there might be sweeping changes at the end of the year, so acquiring the highest draft picks possible could help whoever is running things next drastically - that is if changes are made.

The Jags could currently use help at offensive guard, tight end, defensive tackle, linebacker and cornerback. Depending on how Gardner Minshew II fares this month, they also may be on the market for a quarterback in 2020.


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