Top 50 Jacksonville Jaguars

An expansion team in 1995, the Jacksonville Jaguars have yet to reach the Super Bowl, but this does not mean that they have not experienced levels of success. 

In their second season in the NFL, the Jags made it to the AFC Championship and would do so again in 1999.  After that, Jacksonville would go through multiple multi-year playoff droughts, but they would reach their third AFC Championship in 2017.

As this is a very young team, we expect this list to fluctuate in the upcoming years.


This list is up to the end of the 2019 season.

Note: Football lists are based on an amalgamation of tenure, traditional statistics, advanced statistics, playoff statistics, and post-season accolades.
Mike Hollis went undrafted out of Idaho in 1994, and after a failed attempt to land a job with the San Diego Chargers, the expansion of the National Football League to the city of Jacksonville would find him employment.
An above-average run-blocker, Khalif Barnes, came to Jacksonville as a second round pick in 2005 from Washington. The former All-Pac 10 star was an immediate starter for the Jags, and he would start all 57 of his 60 games for the team. 
As of this writing, Myles Jack has played four years in the NFL, all of which have been with the Jacksonville Jaguars. 
Rob Meier was the league’s number one draft pick…of the Canadian Football League.
Allen Robinson's pro career began with the Jacksonville Jaguars when the former Penn State All-American was drafted in the second round.
After winning a Super Bowl Ring (50) with the Denver Broncos, Malik Jackson signed with the Jaguars, where he would play for three seasons (2016-18).
After four years with the Houston Texans, A.J. Bouye signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2017.
After a couple of years with the Arizona Cardinals, Ben Coleman signed during the 1995 season with the expansion Jacksonville Jaguars to no fanfare.  Having said that, he was an Offensive Lineman, and they rarely do.
Joel Smeenge played five seasons with the New Orleans Saints, but he was used mostly in a reserve role.  His job description would change when he former Western Michigan Bronco joined Jacksonville before their inaugural season in 1995.
A fourth round pick from Cornell, Seth Payne would play his first four seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars (1997-01).
Like many Punters, Bryan Barker was undrafted, but the product of Santa Clara would find a home with Kansas City for four years, and Philadelphia for one year before he joined the expansion Jacksonville Jaguars.  This was the place where he had his best success.
As of this writing, A.J. Cann has been in the National Football League for five seasons, all of which were with the Jacksonville Jaguars.