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Thursday May 8th, 2014

Indianapolis Colts' Robert Mathis (98) sacks Jacksonville Jaguars' Chad Henne (7) during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy) The Jaguars offense could use some help. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

Throughout much of last season, the Jacksonville Jaguars were the favorite to finish with the league's worst record. A strong second half - by Jaguars' standards, at least - left them with four wins and allowed them to avoid having the worst record in the NFL.

With 11 picks in the 2014 NFL draft, including No. 3 overall, the Jaguars figure to be major players. They are expected to concentrate on offense, where they will look to improve on a league-worst 15 points per game and a running game that ranked second-worst in the NFL.

Needs: Quarterback, wide receiver, defensive end

Here is the list of the Jaguars' picks in this year’s draft:

Round 1, Pick 3 (3): Blake Bortles

Round 2, Pick 7 (39)

Round 3, Pick 6 (70)

Round 4, Pick 5 (105)

Round 4, Pick 14 (114)

Round 5, Pick 4 (144)

Round 5, Pick 10 (150)

Round 5, Pick 19 (159)

Round 6, Pick 3 (179)

Round 6, Pick 29 (205)

Round 7, Pick 7 (222)

More SI.com NFL draft coverage:

BURKE & FARRAR: Grading each first-round pick

BANKS: Welcome to Cleveland, Johnny Football

BURKE: Reaches and steals of Round 1

KING: Inside one team’s gutsy trade up in the draft

SI.COM STAFF: 2014 NFL draft: Latest rumors, buzz

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