4 burning questions surrounding the Jacksonville Jaguars this offseason

Since their surprising run to the AFC Championship Game in the 2017 season, the Jacksonville Jaguars are 11-21 with back-to-back last place finishes in the AFC South. But the changes looking toward 2020 stopped with the firing of lead executive Tom Coughlin, as head coach Doug Marrone and general manager David Caldwell were retained for what looks like a make-or-break season for both.

The Jaguars have enough talent in place to turn things around quickly, even in what promises to be a competitive AFC South again next season.

Here are four significant burning questions for the Jacksonville Jaguars this offseason.

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