The Jaguars continue to be one of the teams to watch in 2016, in part because they have a high-end passing game that few noticed in 2015. Guys like quarterback Blake Bortles and receivers Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns are heading into their third NFL seasons, and things continue to look up for the offense, and for the rest of the team.
“All of the receivers have been in our locker room at some point this offseason,” Bortles said Monday, via Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union. “It’s been cool to see them work together and talk through some stuff as well. The chemistry is continuing to grow, not only on the field, but off the field as well — in the weight room and in the locker room. That builds trust. It’s a special room of receivers that are all super talented.”
Bortles hoped to add to the chemistry by being present and available.
“I tried to stay here a little bit more,” Bortles said. “Most of the guys are here, which is good so we can go over stuff together.”
Robinson and Hurns were already pretty good fantasy WRs last year as the Jags played from behind in a lot of their games. But the offense continues to grow together and the Jags passing game could be one to look for in fantasy drafts this summer.