Admittedly, Justin Blackmon’s return to the Jacksonville Jaguars this week will likely go largely overlooked by national audiences. After all, the second year receiver plays for a team with no hope, and the Jaguars need a lot more help on offense than the addition of one receiver. Still, he may be able to make the Jaguars at least a little more competitive.
With Blackmon back in the fold, the Jaguars actually have a pair of receivers that would normally be part of a very good offense. Add in Maurice Jones-Drew, and the Jaguars should be able to produce points, if Blaine Gabbert can play better at quarterback.
The Jaguars are a strange football team. On paper, they actually appear to be a decent team. They have a suspect defense full of young players, but so far this season, they’ve played reasonably well. Without any run-support from the offense, however, they’ve never had a real chance.
Justin Blackmon won’t change the Jaguars’ whole offense, but he should loosen up windows f...