31. Myles Jack
Jack is one of the few constants in the Jacksonville Jaguars’ defense. It’s not the greatest defense in the NFL or even good, but to be fair, the linebacker does a solid job. He’s never made a Pro Bowl appearance, but he provides rare consistency for a franchise that doesn’t know the meaning of the word. For that reason, the Jags panicked and handed him an extremely lucrative contract.
His four-year deal is worth $57 million. It’s possible to argue that a player is worth the amount of money that a franchise is willing to pay. However, in reality, Jack is a decent linebacker, not an outstanding one, but they are paying him as though he falls into the latter category. At the end of the day, it’s their money to spend, but could they have used it in a more efficient way? This is Jacksonville, so yes, they could have.