It's the internet. Every team has fans that do that after a loss. The Seahawks usually just have more reason to do so, as not only do they receive a large number of penalties, but their opposing teams receive on average 50% fewer penalties when they play the Seahawks. The Seahawks earn their own penalties, of that I have no doubt. It is more than a little suspicious though that every other team in the league supposedly plays tighter and cleaner games, only against the Seahawks.
Jacksonville's defense has improved, but the team could stand to bolster its linebacking corps. Paul Posluszny is the only player in that unit who isn't a liability in coverage, and he'll turn 32 next season. That needs to change, given that Andrew Luck and now Marcus Mariota stand in the way of an AFC South crown.
And yes, Myles Jack is still a first-rounder and a possible top-10 prospect. Jack tore his ACL, yet he's still in play to go this high. Todd Gurley was chosen No. 10 overall despite his knee injury, and Jack got hurt so early that he'll be ready for the 2016 NFL season opener.
Pick change; previously Vernon Hargreaves, CB
Rd. 2, Pk. 8
Jason Spriggs, OT, Indiana
The Jaguars desperately need help on the offensive line. They have to upgrade Luke Joeckel, who has been terrible. They could even pull the trigger in Round 1.
Pick change; previously Jack Allen, C
Rd. 3, Pk. 7
Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State
Here's another defensive back prospect for the Jaguars, who need to retool a secondary that has been struggling immensely.
Jacksonville's defense has really struggled in pass coverage. The Jaguars badly need some upgrades at corner and safety. They also could stand to improve their pass rush. Here's an edge rusher to go on the other side from Dante Fowler.
In 2015, Buckner has 61 tackles with 13 for a loss, 7.5 sacks and five passes batted. The 6-foot-7, 290-pounder has a similar skill set to former teammate Arik Armstead. Buckner recorded 81 tackles with 13 tackles for a loss, four sacks and four passes broken up in 2014.
Buckner has a serious combination of strength, speed and size. He has shown more pass-rushing skills this season and looks like he could be an impact defender at the next level.
Pick change; previously Vernon Hargreaves III, CB
Rd. 2, Pk. 8
Le'Raven Clark, OT, Texas Tech
The play of Jacksonville's offensive line has at times held back Blake Bortles, T.J. Yeldon and the team's young receivers. Here's a potential left tackle or guard upgrade.
Clark was solid for Texas Tech in 2014, including his matchup versus Arkansas' Trey Flowers. Clark (6-5, 320) had a strong freshman debut in 2012 as he started 13 games at right guard. In 2013, Clark took over at left tackle and, once again, was selected by the media as an all-conference standout.
Clark has natural abilities as a pass-protector and moves well for his size. He also has the strength to open holes in the ground game.
Rd. 3, Pk. 7
Brandon Facyson, CB, Virginia Tech
The Jaguars could use multiple picks to upgrade their weak secondary.
In 2015, Facyson has 21 tackles and nine passes broken up. He has been a solid cover corner for the Hokies. Facyson only played in three games in 2014 after struggling with a lingering knee injury suffered in spring practice. He made a real impact for the Hokies in 2013. The freshman recorded 27 tackles with five interceptions and eight passes broken up that season. The 6-foot-2, 191-pounder is a physical corner who is instinctive.
Honestly, I don't think the Jaguars will end up with the 1st pick, but that's where they are as it stands. If they do indeed lose out and get it, they will be in a tough position. David Caldwell has committed to Bortles, and they should be with Greg Olson (QB mastermind) at offensive coordinator. At this point there isn't really a #1 pick that sticks out, so the Jags go unconventional and pluck stud corner Vernon Hargreaves off the board. He can form a nice tandem with Aaron Colvin, who looks like a steal.
The off-field issues will certainly be resolved by the time the draft rolls around so Joey Bosa at number one feels like a good bet. Bosa is a good pick for Jacksonville because they will be looking for a running mate to go opposite of 2015 first rounder Dante Fowler Jr. Fowler Jr. won't see a snap in 2015 because of a knee injury so the Bosa selection also gives Jacksonville some insurance in the event that Fowler doesn't come back the way they expect.
I don’t care that the Jaguars have Luke Joeckel and Jeremy Parnell “solidified” as left and right tackle respectively for the 2015 and 2016 seasons; Ronnie Stanley could have been a top 10 pick in 2015 and will push for a top 5 selection in 2016. Also, he will most likely be way better than both of them in a few years. Jacksonville drafts Stanley to push one of them. Worst case scenario: he makes for a kickass guard that will probably take Joeckel’s spot in 2017. That’s probably the best “worst case” one can get from their 1st round pick.
Under Gus Bradlley the Jags have been taking the best player avalible who makes sense for them. Wether they use Ramsey at Saftey where he belongs or corner he'll b e the upgrade they need which is why they will take him.