1. Jacksonville Jaguars – QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson
The last time the Jaguars selected a QB in the top 3 of the draft, Blake Bortles became the mayor of the Jacksonville Beach bar scene and threw for more interceptions (75) and than games started (73). So this time, Urban Meyer mandated his top QB get married before joining the Jags. Lawrence will enter Jacksonville as a husband and as a reason for optimism for Jags fans
"When the pandemic shut down life in March, many of us assumed it was an opportunity to get in the best shape of our lives. Nearly all of us were wrong. But Bryson DeChambeau emerged from his personal ‘bulking season’ with 40 additional pounds of strength and 20 additional yards on his average drive."
Brady has played in 41 playoff games, an NFL record, has made nine Super Bowls, is Super Bowl MVP and has won two Super Bowls, two AFC championship games and three AFC championship games. All of which is undoubtedly impressive, but has Tom Brady established himself as the greatest of all time in football - or has he now won it all? Brady has behaved like a name - he's the best quarterback in NFL history and the most successful quarterback of his generation