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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Most likely AFC team to end Super Bowl drought in 2018

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Will the Jacksonville Jaguars end their Super Bowl drought in 2018? - NFL.com
Watching the Eagles and their fans celebrate their first Super Bowl title in franchise history affected me more than I thought it would. I wasn’t sobbing in the press box or anything -- NO EMOTION IN THE PRESS BOX AT ANY TIME -- but as a 37-year-old Jets fans still waiting to see my team play in a Super Bowl, Philly’s victory delivered unexpected feels. The Eagles spent decades as the perpetual NFC East bridesmaid. And now here they were celebrating amidst green and white confetti. If green and white confetti can fall for the Eagles, why can’t it fall on the Je -- I need to slow down.

Predicting every first round draft pick if all the players were Lamar Jackson - BigCatCountry.com
The 2018 NFL Draft is still more than two months and we haven’t even seen how free agency is going to shake out, but there are a ton of different ways in which this year’s first round could go.

Because drafts are not without trades, surprise picks, and a ton of other variables, I wanted to introduce one that is somewhat likely to happen just to see how all the teams could react.

Without further ado, here is the entire first round predicted if every player were Lamar Jackson.

Could the Chicago Bears be a dark horse candidate to sign Allen Robinson? - 247sports.com
Allen Robinson will garner plenty of attention on the open market this offseason if he is unable to get a deal done with the Jacksonville Jaguars and the franchise tag is not used. With the Chicago Bears needing as much help as possible at the wide receiver position it would be safe to assume he is someone who would interest the team. Even with that said, he might not be the type of player the Bears want to invest in.