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Jaguars lead All-AFC South team with eight selections

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The All-AFC South team is made up of the best 25 players in the conference... and the Jaguars nabbed eight spots.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars lead ESPN's All-AFC South team with eight selections -- five on offense, two on defense, and one on special teams. They have the most players of any team in the division, leading the second-place Houston Texans who had seven players make it.

Eight Jaguars players made the cut: Quarterback Blake Bortles, running back T.J. Yeldon, wide receiver Allen Robinson, right guard A.J. Cann, right tackle Jermey Parnell, nose tackle Roy Miller, cornerback Davon House and punt returner Rashad Greene.

ESPN's All-AFC South team is as follows:

QB Blake Bortles JAX
WR DeAndre Hopkins HOU
WR T.Y. Hilton IND
WR Allen Robinson JAX
TE Delanie Walker TEN
LT Duane Brown HOU
LG None selected
C Ben Jones HOU
RG A.J. Cann JAX
RT Jermey Parnell JAX
RB T.J. Yeldon JAX
DE J.J. Watt HOU
NT Roy Miller JAX
DE Jurrell Casey TEN
OLB Whitney Mercilus HOU
ILB Brian Cushing HOU
ILB Avery Williamson TEN
OLB Brian Orakpo TEN
CB Johnathan Joseph HOU
S Mike Adams IND
S Dwight Lowery IND
CB Davon House JAX
P Pat McAfee IND
K Adam Vinatieri IND
PR Rashad Greene JAX
KR Quan Bray IND

First off, the Jaguars arguably have the best roster in the AFC South and the best quarterback as long as Andrew Luck is injured. And yet we only scraped together five wins last year. Hmmm...

Also, no left guard in the division was worth a mention because lol.