Entering the season the Jags thought they would be better off without the injury prone Sims-Walker with the optimism that Jason Hill and young receivers on the roster will improve. Simply put, they were wrong.
This time around Jaguars know Sims-Walker is not a #1 receiver and should go back to the #2 receiver where he is most comfortable. I'm not saying they will, but the Jags should keep Jason Hill at the #! position, because he has the speed to stretch the field unlike Sims-Walker. I believe Hill will benefit from the attention he will get because I'm sure Blaine is happy to have a receiver over 6 feet with some talent. in 2009 & 2010, he had at least 11 plays for 20 yards or more and recorded 7 touchdowns in each season.
Another receiver who will benefit from this recent addition is Mike Thomas who can go back to the slot, where we have seen none to little production from Dillard and Shorts. Mike Thomas can work underneath and have more one on one coverage and turn short passes into long gains.
Sims-Walker is flying in now and with his previous knowledge of the playbook, I expect him to play a big role starting Monday night. Besides last year's embarrassment on Monday night football, the Jaguars usually play good at home with the lights on. It will be very interesting come Monday night to see if Sims-Walker can spark the passing game and the Jaguars offense.