He’s young, he’s athletic, he’s productive, and he quarterbacks one of the NFL’s deadliest defenses. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, Myles Jack.
The Jacksonville, or rather “Sacksonville,” Jaguars boast a terrific defense year-in and year-out. They have tons of players play at respectively high-levels, but Jack is what keeps it all together. In a season that saw Telvin Smith step away from football, Jack stepped up. While his season was cut short due to a knee injury, there’s no denying that his play on the field was anything but exemplary.
For the Baltimore Ravens, Jack would become the face of the defense. The loss of C.J. Mosley was felt during the playoffs and the Ravens desperately need to find someone to cover the middle of the field for them. Jack can be that and give them some extra juice as a pass rusher when needed.
It would be tough to pry Jack away from Jacksonville, as he’s incredibly talented and young (turns 25-years old in September), but Baltimore could swing it if they really wanted him. If I was them, I’d be plenty interested in gauging his worth.
On a defense loaded with talent, Myles Jack would fit right in. After all, Jack is pretty used to being around a star-studded cast of defenders. His fit with the Ravens would be seamless.