And his draft slot. While going No. 5 overall places a lot of pressure on a player, it also provides a decent amount of protection. The money the Jags have invested in Blackmon makes it more likely the Jags will give Blackmon more chances. And franchises are loathe to give up on a high draft pick so soon after the draft, else it fosters the impression the front office doesn’t know what it’s doing.
But Blackmon also isn’t Randy Moss. He has yet to prove he’s a difference-maker. Men who run NFL franchises don’t like to be embarrassed. Justin Blackmon is starting to run out of chances.
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