Randy Gregory to Jacksonville Jaguars in 2015 NFL Draft

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When you have a pass rusher coming from the quarterback’s blind side, he can get your team some strip-sacks. And when he comes from the quarterbacks left or he just so happens to see Gregory, that pressure can lead to interceptions. When you have a defense with a suspect secondary, harassing opposing quarterbacks turn touchdowns passes into interceptions.

It will also help to get the offense that we already know will be set next year the ball back so they have more attempts to score. Then sticking the ball in the belly of Gerhart to control the ball and the clock would give the defense rest in return. When you have a young team like the Jaguars, you need all the breaks you can get as winning the turnover battle usually wins you the game anyway.