The Jacksonville Jaguars have one of the worst quarterback situations in the NFL. Blaine Gabbert simply hasn’t developed as the team had hoped, and Chad Henne is a stop-gap player at best. At face value, the Jaguars are without a legitimate quarterback on their roster, and the season looks bleak before it’s even begun.
If we take a closer look, we may notice that the Jaguars have a third quarterback that may be an option, especially half way through the season with the first pick of the draft staring the team in the eye.
Undrafted rookie Matt Scott has emerged as a legitimate quarterback option in Jacksonville, partially because of his own body of work and partially because the Jaguars’ other options have proven themselves to be completely ineffective.
If I'm #Jacksonville, I'm putting Matt Scott in the hunt for QB1. #Jaguars
— Ryan Riddle (@Ryan_Riddle) August 11, 2013
Scott will almost certainly enter the season as the second or third string option. Blaine Gabbert wil...