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.
A two-time All-American and BCS Champion with Florida State, Jalen Ramsey was the highest selected Cornerback in the 2016 Draft when Jacksonville chose him fifth overall. 
A star lineman at the University of Miami, Leon Searcy played eight years in the National Football League, the first half with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the second half with Jacksonville.
A former Big East Defensive Player of the Year at Syracuse, Donovin Darius was a late First Round Pick by Jacksonville in 1998. 
From the University of Michigan, Maurice Williams was taken with Jacksonville’s second round pick in 2001.  The Offensive Lineman was a starter as a rookie, and he went on to play mostly at Right Tackle for the Jaguars.  Williams went on to start 100 of his 105 Games as a pro, and he did well until his career faltered due…
There was a lot of hope in Jacksonville when they drafted Blake Bortles third overall in 2014, and while there were ups and downs, it might be safe to say that the former AAC Offensive Player of the Year did not turn out to be the right fit for the Jaguars.
Telvin Smith came to the Jaguars as a draft pick from his in-state alumni, Florida State.
Chris Naeole played his first five seasons in pro football with the New Orleans Saints before signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2002. 
Tyson Alaalu came from Hawaii to the University of California, and from there, he became one of the many star Polynesian players to enter the National Football League.
Josh Scobee played with the Jacksonville Jaguars for the first 11 of his 12 NFL seasons, and he was a reliable Place Kicker during that time.  Scobee would lead the NFL in Field Goal Percentage in 2007, and he would later tie the record of 50 plus yard Field Goals in a game with three.
Kyle Brady played the meat of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars, who he signed with after four years as a New York Jet.
As of this writing, Yannick Ngakoue has completed four seasons in the NFL, all of with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Aaron Beasley had a slow start as he only played 9 Games in each of his first two seasons after being drafted in the 3rd Round out of West Virginia.  That would change in 1998 when he got healthy, and the year after, the Cornerback had six Interceptions and led the NFL in Interception Return Yards (200).  
James Stewart had better seasons ahead with the Detroit Lions, but he was a serviceable Running Back during his time with Jacksonville.
After four years with the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans, Gary Walker joined the Jacksonville Jaguars in 1999, where he played for three years.
As of this writing, Leonard Fournette has played three years in the National Football League, all of which with Jacksonville.
Undrafted out of Maine, Montell Owens would find a home with Jacksonville, where he became one of their best Special Teams player in franchise history.
A college player at Purdue, the Jaguars, chose Uche Nwaneri in the 5th Round in 2007.  The Offensive Guard made the team, and as a sophomore, he would become the starting Left Guard.  The year after, he moved to Right Guard, which would be the position he played for the duration of his career.
Byron Leftwich had an excellent career at Marshall, and he was chosen seventh overall by Jacksonville in the 2003 Draft.
With the exception of his rookie season, Paul Spicer would spend his entire NFL career with Jacksonville.