The Jags haven't had a .500 record since 2010, and you'd imagine that this will continue with a pretty pathetic roster outside of star MLB Paul Posluszny. Blake Bortles will start the season at quarterback, but is very close to being canned by the Jags if his play doesn't improve quickly - veteran journeyman Chad Henne backs him up. A 1/5 white OL will definitely not help Bortles' case, as it will likely be a turnstile, while overall mediocre receivers and a terrible starting tight end won't help either - you'd think even guys like Tom Brady wouldn't do very well in this offense. The defense isn't much better, with only Poz to look for, who has had 100+ tackles in 8 of the last 9 seasons (130+ 5 times) while also being an excellent coverage linebacker - PFF says "(2016) saw him allow just one touchdown in coverage all year; he also recorded 57 defensive stops (seventh among all LBs). Posluszny graded positively in every facet of the game PFF measures, and he wasn’t penalized all season." Sack specialist Hunter Dimick, rookie out of Utah, is on the practice squad and will hopefully be promoted sometime soon. QB: Blake Bortles, Chad Henne FB: Tommy Bohanon TE: Ben Koyack, James O'Shaughnessy (mixed?) OL: Brandon Linder, Josh Wells, Tyler Shatley, Will Poehls MLB: Paul Posluszny Special Teams: K Jason Myers, P Brad Nortman, LS Matt Overton Practice Squad: DE Hunter Dimick, OG Chris Reed Starters: 3 On 53-man roster: 13 Overall a very dark roster, and will almost certainly have an unsuccessful season. They're just a center and a middle linebacker away from being Oakland. Just have to cheer on Bortles to prove his doubters wrong and secure his spot as a good franchise quarterback, and Posluszny to continue his very good career.