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The Times of Bill Cunningham Watch full article on foot. The Times of Bill Cunningham Watch full. The Times of Bill Cunningham Watch full length. Defending the draft 2019: Jacksonville Jaguars. The 2017 season was one of the best in franchise history, 2018 the team faced expectations for first time to be a super bowl contender. Week 2 was the key game of the season, vs Patriots at home, the revenge game. The Jaguars beat a patriots team and looked like the contenders out of the AFC for february. The universe though had plans to bring balance on all things, The jags ended the season 5-11 and many would argue it’s one of the more disappointing seasons the Jags have had. The offense was probably the worst offense we’ve seen since the Gabbert years, predictable and putrid, couldn’t run the ball and no pass traveled more than 3 yards. Bortles was so bad that he was cut the first hour he could be cut (1st year after his extension) and signed Nick Foles from the Eagles to replace him. Fournette after a good rookie season regressed BADLY, The OL was murdered by injuries, the TEs were non existent and the WRs couldn't catch a cold on a cold rainy day. The Jags still boasted an elite defense, but what’s the point when the defense is on the field so much since the offense couldn’t stay on the field. This offseason the jags started with multiple cap casualties like Tashaun Gipson, Jermey Parnell and Malik Jackson to have enough caproom to sign Foles and have some for future contracts to upcoming expiring contracts. Some signings that could prove to be good are Chris Conley and Geoff Swaim. Conley might be the most athletic WR that jags have had in a while and Swaim is a great blocking TE (who can catch if need be) which was sorely missed after Marcedes Lewis was cut. The front office for the 2019 needed to hit homeruns on the jags many holes in the roster in order to be able to contend for the AFC south and AFC as a whole, since in the division the Colts and Texans aren’t going anywhere for a long while. But also for their job security, the 2018 offseason (FAs and draft) have been as close to a disaster as possible. The rookies under performed (when an argument can be made that the best rookie out of the class was the 7th round punter… you're in trouble) and the FAs, like Donte Moncrief were horrible. NEEDS entering draft. OL: Depth was non-existent and the Jags cut Parnell, opening a huge hole at RT. My biggest need coming in. TE: Can you name the last time the jags had a productive THE season? All the way back to 2010. WR: A group consisting of players you hope take the next step in DJ Chark, Keelan Cole and Dede Westbrook but also 2 frequently injured players in Chris Conley and Marqise Lee. Not a group that many believe fans look at and say “I am fine with these guys”. DL depth: Having a healthy DL rotation to keep everyone fresh is a key to the defense. The depth took a hit this year with Malik Jackson and Dante Fowler gone. DB depth: Dj Hayden has missed many games this past season and behind him, no one noteworthy. Also adding more DB depth doesn't hurt. Round 1 pick 7, EDGE Josh Allen, Kentucky Why Edge? The jags traded away Dante Fowler in the middle of the season to the Rams for a 3rd round pick in this draft and a 5th round pick for the 2020 draft. Many fans agreed on the value in return for a player that everyone knew wasn’t coming back to the jags since he was an upcoming free agent with no future with the team (especially after declining his 5th year option, multiple off the field issues and a suspension). This caused the jags to be thinner at a key position in defense. Now without Fowler, players like Dewaun Smoot and Lerrent Mcray had to step up but showed next to nothing, If Campbell or Ngakoue are unavailable due to injury, I do not trust either Smoot or Mccray to step up. Without Fowler, the jags couldn’t go with their favorite 2017 lineup of Ngakoue-Campbell-Malik Jackson-Fowler in passing downs. Although not the biggest need on the team, it’s never wrong to keep adding talent to certain position groups, DL being one of them (DL, DBs, OL in my opinion a team should always look to add talent to these position groups, having depth in those groups helps the team as a whole). A good DL can make the jobs easier for the back 7. No blockers for the LBs and more time for the DBs to cover their targets. Within the division, the Colts, titans and Texans primarily aided their offensive lines last offseason and this offseason again the division as a whole improved their OLs. The colts made it harder for teams to bother Luck with a bunch of players last year, the Titans added Rodger Saffold through FA and Nate Davis in the draft to their OL fortifying the inside and the Texans keep adding more and more talent to their OL. The jags defense, that took a small step back this past season, needs to be able to get to opposing QBs like they used to. Also, Calias Campbell isn’t getting any younger and Yannick Ngakoue will want to get paid sooner rather than later. The jags need a backup plan if need be. Why Josh Allen? For the first pick, the Jags were looking at either OL, TE or a trade back scenario to grab more picks. They never envisioned Josh Allen falling to the 7th pick, but with picks like Clelin Ferrell and Daniel Jones made in front of them, he fell right to their laps. This was a classic BPA pick, Josh Allen was seen as a top 5 and even a top 3 talent in this draft by many analysts. Josh Allen was a 3 year starter for kentucky and had great production in his 3 years 31 sacks in 3 years as the starter, 17 in his last year in his stay there. As a senior he was first team all american and first team SEC and AP SEC Defensive player of the year. In a conference littered with top talent in LSU, Alabama, Florida, Ole Miss and Auburn to say the least, he was the best among them. He’s a sack machine that has an eye for the ball, in college he recorded 11 forced fumbles in his college career, leaving the kentucky offense in a more favorable situation. Him alongside Ngakoue who has 10 in the 3 years will make sure to get as many turnovers as possible and helping the jags offense get more favorable possesions in a game as they can. Allen has elite size, speed and incredible first step to be a great EDGE talent in the NFL although he needs to develop some extra rushing moves to diversify his arsenal (he has some, could use more). Allen also possesses the ability to drop back and cover TEs or stay in zone, which the jags could learn from the Vikings on how they implement Anthony Barr, for what many analysts thought Josh Allen compared to. Allen brings in a versatile talent that the jags can exploit, rumors are that the jags will try out some 3-4 packages this next season (Campbell-Dareus/ at DL, at LB, More on Telvin Smith later on). Will he start? Probably? But i wouldn't be shocked if they use him in many positions, He could take over the strongside LB that Leon Jacobs won last season, be a key rotating guy at DE for them or even move Calias Campbell inside permanently and have Allen and Yannick on the outside. Worst case scenario, the jags can’t agree on an extension with Yannick Ngakoue and are forced to either let him go or trade him. Josh allen could come in and take over his spot. This was a pick that could cover up a future hole. Round 2, pick 35: OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida Why OT? The Jags offensive line was, to say the least, offensive to watch. When healthy, they were able to hold their own like in 2017 (could be better in the run game, the two guards were the weakest links) and started to show improvements in 2018... then the injuries happened. Cam Robinson was injured in week 2 vs the pats (one of the sacrifices for the win). Andrew Norwell faced many nick nack injuries early which hurt his play all season long and was shut down, Brandon linder had another season ending injury. That’s the left side, the right side was a complete shit show of terrible. Aj Cann (brought back for some goddamn reason) after his “best training camp ever” was more of the same or even worse, Couldn’t open holes in the run game and got lost on passing downs, he was the only healthy OL in the last few weeks and he didn’t look that much better from the rest of the OL filled with bench players. Parnell started to look more like 2016 and not like 2017, It got to a point in which it was physically impossible to run or scramble to the right side.. He looked slower as the game went by and the jags cut him as a cap casualty, as you can see the Jags OL was awful last season, teams that struggled to get pressure could easily stop the run and get to whomever was the QB. Like mentioned the OL when healthy is fine/above average but improvements need to be made on the right side, especially now that new QB Nick foles is way less mobile than Bortles, he needs more time in the pocket and for the money he’s getting payed, the jags needed to address O-line as much as possible, plus like mentioned before with the Allen pick, adding talent to this group position is never a bad idea. Before the draft the depth chart at RT was Will Richardson (4th rounder last year) and Cedric Ogbuehi (free agent). Although i still have hope for Will Richardson as a tackle prospect, he is still a mystery at what he might become, he didn’t play a snap last season since he was redshirted with an injury, and Ogbuehi…. Just no, after watching him with the Bengals, I don't want Foles to die. I am still hopeful with Richardson but starting the year at RT with a mystery prospect who you don’t know what he will become could spell nightmares. Especially in a division with JJ Watt, Jadeveon Clowney, Derrick Morgan, Harold Landry, Jurrell Casey and Darius Leonard. Why Jawaan Taylor? (NOTEWORTHY: Jags traded up with the raiders for this pick, gave up a 4th round pick and got back a 5th and 7th round picks. More draft capital and also the player they wanted, win for my books) Jawaan Taylor was a player that had a serious argument at going in the 1st round to the jags and 1st round overall, he dropped to the second due to some injury issues from his sophomore year. Jawaan Taylor was the best pure RT in this draft class (Jonah Williams could make an argument). Jawaan commanded the RT spot as a starter for three years in florida (with 4 games at LT) and in 2018 allowed just 1 sack, according to PFF. Jawaan already is good in pass blocking but is better in the run, he will immediately become Fournette’s best friend in the run game since Jawaan long arms and power help him move defenders and able to open holes. In the pass game, the long arms allow him to be able to punch the DEs/OLBs first and get his hands on them before they do. He was able to hold his own against drafted players like Brian Burns and Josh allen. Jawaan Taylors biggest weakness for me is that he will cause some flags for the offense, he had a number of false starts the last few years. Something noteworthy as well is that former All pro LT Joe Thomas praised 2 OTs in this years draft, Cody Ford and Jawaan Taylor, mentioning that they have the athleticism and flexibility to be able to succeed in the NFL. Will he start? Yes, he will be plugged as the starting RT as soon as possible and command the right side, the jags now, hopefully, have their bookend pair of Cam Robinson and Jawaan Taylor for the next 10+ years. Round 3 pick 69 (nice) TE Josh Oliver, San Jose State Why TE? The NFL offenses have changed. Looking at how some recent TEs have impacted their respected offenses like Travis Kelce for the Chiefs, Gronk and Aaron Hernandez for the Pats, OJ Howard Bucs, Zach Ertz Eagles, George Kittle 49ers, Jimmy Graham, Greg Olsen panthers, Kyle Rudolph vikings, Antonio Gates chargers, Delanie Walker titans and Eric Ebron this past year for the Colts. The TE as a position of value for the offense has evolved, Gone are the days that the TEs where pseudo OLs with 1-2 catches a game and for most of the time it was like that, when you have a guy that can be that swiss army knife that will exploit miss matches on defense and also provide a big safe target for your QB. TEs in many cases have become the QBs favorite target. An NFL offense with a TE that isn’t a threat will make the defenses job way easier since that’s one less guy to worry about. The last time the Jags had any offensive production from the TE position was back in 2011 I believe when Marcedes Lewis had 10 TDs. Bortles never looked in the direction of the TEs and defenses never feared them, focusing on covering the short routes he loved. With new OC John Difillipo and QB Nick Foles, both use the TEs more consistently and effectively. As of before the draft the TEs on the team were Geoff Swain (mostly a blocking TE from what i recall), Ben Koyack whos only noteworthy thing in his resume was the game winning TD vs bills in the playoffs 2017 and James O'shaughnessy (Had high hopes for him but was nearly invisible last season). That depth isn’t good enough or talented enough to help Foles. The Jags had no meaningful production from TEs this past season, only scoring 1 TD from that position between 5 TEs. Why Josh Oliver? The second he was drafted, he became the best receiving TE on the roster. Oliver was the main target on his team’s offense and had coverages targeted against him constantly and still produced respectful numbers, leading the team in receptions with 56 and 4 TDs (basically himself had more catches and more TDs than all jags TEs combined). Oliver is a gym rat that works out and tries to improve his body and play, which earned his respects from coaches and players on the team. Coaching staff had full confidence in working all levels, which showed in his crisp route running. Oliver can also be a solid jump ball specialist and can play incredibly well from the slot. Oliver can easily become a mismatch for the offense with his 6’5 250 lbs body with 4. 6 40 speed and crisp route running. Bad news, he still needs a lot of work as a blocker to be able to be used as a 3 down TE. Will he start? I think he will be the main backup to Swaim. But don’t be surprised if the jags pull out 12 personnel plays with Oliver as the 2nd TE alongside Swaim. In obvious passing plays, Oliver will most likely be the TE on the field. Don’t be surprised if he starts or gets more reps mid to late in the season. Wouldn’t be surprised with Oliver having a 350-450 yard season with 2-3 TDs. Round 3 pick 98: LB Quincy Williams, Murray State Why LB? Both starting LBs had off years in 2018. Myles Jack struggled to get the defense organized (watch the Colts and Cowboys games, awful) in the middle and Telvin played extremely poorly and also he will miss 2019 (get better bro, mental health is no joke). That leaves Myles Jack as our main LB but behind Myles Jack, the jags are pretty thin at LB. Behind him primarily are Blair Brown, Donald Payne and Leon Jacobs (Jags just cut Brown and Payne). The jags did sign Jake Ryan from the packers, a guy that can command the middle and stop the run pretty well but a bad coverage LB. This means Myles Jack can move outside again, to his more comfortable position like he was in 2017 and had much better success. With rumors about the jags trying out some 3-4 fronts, adding depth to the LB corps was needed in order to be able to play more fronts and also to possibly find someone to replace Telvin. Why Quincy Williams? This was the pick that was given via the Fowler trade, This was one of the few times i’ve ever seen the draft coverage crew have no idea who the player drafted was. Quincy Williams is about the same size as Telvin Smith at around 6 feet and 220 lbs (the murray state page for quincy lists him at 239 lbs but lists him as 220 lbs). Quincy Williams’s stock started to rise about 4-5 weeks before the draft and his stock rose high. According in to 49ers GM John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan, they lauded Williams and said something along the lines[ “he was drafted at the right time”] and also Jags GM Dave Caldwell said that Williams was one of the last “starter potential/worthy LBs in this draft”, So GMs and cout teams around the NFL knew of Quincy Williams and thought highly of him enough to possibly see him as a mid round pick. The jaguars could’ve been scared of Quincy not making it to them in the 5th round (their next pick), so they took him in the late 3rd just to make sure. Watching some highlights of him that he himself posted on youtube, he tackles extremely well, is really fast to the ball and good at coverage. Something to note as well, his head coach at Murray state also talked about williams and gave a passionate defense and approval of him. For me, how the coach talks about a player is key about what they feel of him, i. e when Jadeveon Clowney was coming out and the HC at the time said something along the lines of “yeah he isn’t the hardest worker” that was a huge red flag for me. The murray state HC sounded like he would run through a brick wall for Quincy Williams. Will he start? Probably. After Telvins breaking news, the starters look to be Myles Jack, Jake Ryan, and possibly a competition between Leon Jacobs, Quincy Williams and UDFA Joe Giles-Harris. By the looks of it I wouldn't be surprised he wins and starts week 1. Round 5 pick 140: Ryquell Armstead RB, Temple Why RB? The RB position as a whole for the jags was a huge disappointment. Fournette, looking to build upon a good rookie year, took 2 steps back in his sophomore slump. Fournette came in overweight and got injured in the 1st game vs NYG and took longer than needed to heal due to him missing rehab appointments, and when he came back he got into a fight and got suspended for a 2nd time in his career. Reports in the off-season came out that Fournette was a locker room cancer, the last game of the season looked mentally checked out and didn’t seem interested (I was at the game, he was sitting down the whole game and never stood up, it was national worthy news after Coughlin called him out), sleeping on meetings, not memorizing the playbook (rumors are Bortles had to tell Fournette what to do in everyplay), questioning his work ethic and love for the game (still isn’t consistent in the passing game and still a poor pass blocker), skipping team activities. It got so bad, many fans believed Fournette was a goner since he lost the guaranteed money on his deal either he was going to be traded for cheap or cut. Apparently Coughlin, Caldwell and Fournette had a meeting and cleared the air and improved their relationship somewhat. Fournette still needs to have a great year, on and off the field, or his future with the team will be jeopardized ( he already got arrested for a traffic violation this summer, starting the offseason very well). His backups TJ Yeldon and Corey Grant were not better. Grant after a good postseason run, proving he can be a secret weapon for the offense and the fans hyping his coming out party this season (I even said that he would have 500 yards receiving AND rushing).. He Got injured and still is unsigned at this moment. TJ Yeldon although had some nice games here and there, mentally checked out 4 games before the season ended and requested to not play so it couldn't hurt his FA value, also Yeldon does not possess elite to very good aspects to his game (Hes above average in most but nothing special). A mid season trade to acquire Carlos Hyde didn't help as well, Hyde did next to nothing with the jags this past season. Both Alfred Blue and Benny cunningham were brought in to be backups for Fournette, but the Jags needed to bring in someone who can bring some fear on Fournette. Why Ryquell Armstead? This draft had many RB prospects fall a round or two from many projected them to be drafted, making them some good value picks. Armstead was one of them, who was a projected 4th rounder. My favorite qualities of Ryquell Armstead is his toughness, effort and his feet. For the Temple university Owls (an underrated prospect school, all their prospects have great work ethic and toughness), wearing a single digit number is one of the biggest signs of respect a player can earn (argument can be made, equal to being named captain). Voted by their peers, the numbers are given to the toughest members of the team, Ryquell Armstead was one of those, alongside his college teammate Rock ya sin who went to the Colts (Armstead is the third player in history to rush for 100 yds and get a sack in the same game). Armstead doesn't give a fuck about defenders and will try to hit them first and gain every inch he physically can get, making him an excellent short yardage back. His feet move quick enough (and with 4. 45 speed) could be a toss/off the tackle runner, even though he’s more of a north south runner. He possesses a nice cut back and with his strong legs, when tackled are still pushing forward. This selection, in a way, was a wake up call for Leonard Fournette. The jags draft a RB who is almost copy paste skill wise to him (shares weakness in the passing game, but also a tendency to hit the hole way to early, half a second more patience could yield better results). Although an argument could be made that Armstead seems to put more of an effort on the field, has a better work ethic and a healthier body (Fournette missed more time in college and has missed many games in the pros, in 3 years Armstead missed 4 games and none by a serious injury). Fournette could be on his last hurrah to prove to the front office that he cares about the opportunity he has in playing in the league and show improvement in his play and in his maturity, he is still an elite prospect due to his pure athleticism but needs to show that he was worth a 4th overall selection. Will he start? No, he will be the main backup, but don't be surprised if Armstead gets reps to give Fournette some rest or even over Fournette in games. Round 6, pick 178: QB Gardner Minshew Wash. state Why QB? Probably the only position on the offense more disappointing than the RBs were the QBs. Blake Bortles after what many seemed to say took a step into the right direction is his development the 1st year without Gus Bradley, played fairly well (though he had his Bort games in 2017) and got the jags to the AFC championship game. For 2018 many expected for Bortles to rise up, take another step and prove his 3rd overall selection… but it didn’t happen. In fact he took 5 steps back, showing more of the elongated throwing motion, he was scared again in the pocket and didn't want to throw the ball further than 5 yards. Bortles was benched with Cody Kessler who didn't fare well aswell. At the beginning of the offseason Bortles was cut and made way for new QB Nick Foles (many didn’t like the Contract but after how the QBs played, it’s understandable). Foles will provide more stability in the position and better smarter play. But in the case that Foles gets hurt, the jags backups are Cody Kessler (got cut) and 2nd year player Tanner Lee. Tanner Lee was probably the worst jags player from last years pre season games. They needed someone who is better and safer. Who can win games if need be, someone with charisma. Someone… with a stache. Why Gardner Minshew? THE STACHE IS GOING TO DUVAL. Back to reality, Gardner Minshew last year is nothing to scoff at stat-wise. Minshew was the PAC 12 offensive player of the year after leading the nation in most of the passing statistics, completion, attempts, yards/game and yards, also top 5 in TDs and completion%. Minshew might not have the 6’3 height and weight most scouts want in there QB but he does have the intangibles and accuracy to be a competent/good QB, he takes full command and control of the offense and his teammates would run through a steel wall for him. Minshew became a folk hero in washington state with his play, leadership and energy on the field. Minshew is constantly incredibly accurate with the ball, placing it in the right spot and makes great read progressions and has a really good pump fake to startle defenders. Arm strength is his main doubt coming out and also Mike Leach’s system in college, which allowed for some easy throws and his biggest game vs Washington, which was the closest thing to an NFL defense and he had an awful game. Basically Minshew already has a better release, ball placement accuracy and football IQ than Blake Bortles (Bortles has the size and maybe arm strength). Ok a bit of a diatribe, I actually don’t care that much for the size of players any more, I used to. I wanted only 6´4 QBs, 6’3 250 lbs LBs, 330 lbs DTs, etc. But in today's game that you see players with different skill sets playing well in the NFL, an example with QBs with Drew Brees, Michael Vick, Russell Wilson, Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson succeeding in different ways, another example, DT guys like John Randle and Aaron Donald are undersized but effective as hell. Still a 6’4 cannon arm QB will get more attention but i've opened my mind for other options. I've seen my fair share of “HE HAS THE PERFECT BODY AND SIZE FOR THIS POSITION, SAFEST PICK IN THE DRAFT” guys, they come in and down right fail, im watching you Luke Joeckel (TLDR: 2013, 2nd overall pick, safest pick in the draft for being an athletic technician… there were moments i doubted he knew he could use his hands and got down right embarrassed). Will he start? No but will instantly be the main backup QB behind Nick Foles. Round 7 pick 235: DT Dontavius Russell Auburn Why DT? Marcell Dareus’ contract is getting very expensive. He could be the next cap cut target for next offseason. That leaves Taven Bryan and Abry Jones as the only DTs for 2020. They need more depth in this position to keep everyone with fresh legs. Sure Calais Campbell can move inside, but another body to keep everyone upright and healthy will help the health and play of the defense. The Jags need more depth for this year, maybe a starter for the next draft. Why Dontavius? A former top 150 recruit and 4 year starter in Auburn, had a bad start for the tigers but stepped up for his senior and junior years to being a key contributor. He has the strength and size with his 320 lbs body to at least eat blockers leaving the other DT and LBs free to gobble the running play. He has the lower body strength to hold his own to hold blockers at bay. If Russel can play with better pad level, meaning he doesn’t play too upright, he will have more control in his balance and have a stronger push with his rush and run stopping which will help him to consistently beat his blockers more easily. When he showed in college when he easily could beat his blocker and completely destroy the pocket from the middle. He wont be used in obvious passing plays due to limited pass rushing moves/technique. The DL coach needs to make Dontavius play with a lower pad level, allowing him to have more leverage, burst off the line and power which will help his overall play. He has the athleticism a DT needs, he needs the coaching to molde him. Will he start? No, he will be either inactive some games or even play around 10 snaps a game. To give Dareus, Jones and Bryan some rest. Notable UDFAs: IMO full list here Joe Giles-Harris LB Duke: I don’t know how he didn’t get drafted, had a 5th round grade on him. He might have below average athleticism, according to scouts, but he makes up for with instincts/play recognition. Which showed in his production Bunchy Stallings IOL Kentucky: Played Center and Guard in college, First team All SEC honors as a senior. Not the most athletic but shows effort and technique to maybe hold his own in the NFL, especially in the run game. Needs to work in pass protection. One of the main reasons Benny Snell had great production. OVERALL GRADE: A-, addressed biggest needs but, for my taste, I would’ve added an interior OL depth did trade away their extra 7th round pick and their 4th rounder. Maybe an IOL would’ve been added with both or one of those picks, but at the same time I wouldn’t change any of these picks, especially Quincy Williams (probably the pick that was questioned the most by r/jaguars) after hearing Telvin Smith’s news. At the moment looks like a nice haul for the jags. Now this class needs to prove their worth on the field. FUTURE NEEDS: With 9 picks in the next draft (an extra 5th and 6th), the jags could have the capital to move up to select talent in next year's draft. But what positions? RB: If Fournette doesn’t pan out and the team gives up on him, the jags will need to get someone who can take over. Next draft class has a stacked RB class headed by Clemson's RB Travis Etienne WR: One of the bigger needs that wasn’t addressed in the draft. They seem to trust a WR core of Marqise Lee, DJ Chark, Chris Conley, Keelan Cole and Dede Westbrook. Next years class of WRs being one of the best since 2014 with guys like Jerry Judy from Alabama, Tee Higgins from Clemson and Cede Lamb from Oklahoma. The Jags could dip into grabbing one or two of them like they did in 2014. IOL: Brandon Linder has missed 2 full seasons (when healthy he’s a top 5 Center in this league… fight me, but he does miss at least between 3-5 games a year), I don’t like AJ Cann and the depth behind them is suspect to say the least. Need to add depth/future starters ASAP DL depth: Like mentioned, Dareus could be a serious cap casualty next season if he doesnt re-tool his deal. Will need another starter or depth for next year. **LB:**Telvin Smith might not play another snap for the jags ever again, Jack’s contract is up soon. Adding depth and starters. DBs: AJ Bouye could be a cap casualty and fans have doubts for Jarrod Wilson at FS. More DBs could be needed for next season.
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' In casting herself as a go-getter, driven and relatively young leader, Moore successfully contrasted herself with Anthony Foxx, former governor of North Carolina, who became defined by his age (70 years old by the time of the election) after he unexpectedly emerged from a brokered Social Labor convention over the apparent front-runners of the race; numerous Laborites believed Georgia Congresswoman Erica Thomas to be a much stronger choice, and Foxx's pick of former Alabama Governor Neil Rafferty decreased Labor appeal among women and especially women of color, an increasingly key voter demographic in Confederate politics. While Foxx attempted to mimic the same suave, handsome and energetic version of himself who captured North Carolina's governor mansion nearly 20 years ago, his age showed on the campaign trail after a poor debate performance, numerous gaffes and missteps on the trail and a bizarre lack of outreach to Spanish-speaking voters, with Foxx ultimately being 'memed' as a senile elderly 'Xoomer' who had fallen behind on the times. However, Foxx gave Moore the first truly competitive election of her life, bringing her under 60% of the vote and only falling behind by a few million votes. Notably, though Foxx lost his home state, he was able to capture Georgia for Social Labor, proving it's viability as part of the SL 'core, ' previously confined to the Caribbean states of the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Foxx performed well among African American males and some younger voters; however, he fell behind in nearly every other demographic, and fell well short of breaking into Moore's sizable edge among women and suburban voters. Foxx also performed admirably among the brand new Cajun French voter bloc, freshly added to the country through the accession of Louisiana; his French outreach was well-organized and though he fell short of capturing the state of Louisiana itself, he won the majority of Cajun voters and fell short in the state only thanks to his relatively poor showing among whites. His French outreach efforts also helped float his totals in Alabama and Mississippi thanks to the quick growth of French Southrons in the Gulf Coast Region. Tennessee was not as beneficial to Labor as Louisiana was, however; though the cities of Nashville and Memphis helped Labor greatly, it appears TN will not remain as competitive as Louisiana may emerge to be. Social Labor saw far more success in it's efforts to capture Congress for the first time, managing to flip or pickup 5 Congressional seats and breaking the 6-year-long tie which has gridlocked the Confederate Congress since the 2036 General Election. Social Labor was able to fundraise immense amounts of money in each state and managed to put quite literally every state's seat in play, defeating 4 Conservative incumbents and losing only one incumbent of their own. Most notably, strong French outreach from the Foxx campaign helped Labor grab 3 Gulf Coast seats, including one open seat in Louisiana; Alabama's new-found swing-state status came out in full force, and Labor gains in Mississippi and South Carolina showed the party's increasing strength among rural whites, especially thanks to left-leaning populist candidates and a shift away from unpopular social issues. Even Foxx didn't fully advocate national protections for abortion or gay marriage, helping other Laborites on his coattails win states previously untouched by the party. The sole black mark on Labor performance was the loss of a seat in North Carolina; however, the incumbent was more outspoken than most on left social issues, and her defeat may push the party further from social liberalism. Weak Conservative performance in Tennessee and Mississippi especially can be at least partially attributed to overconfidence; both races saw airwaves essentially dominated by Social Labor without much response from the Conservatives. Joe Cunningham, a one-time rising star in the Social Labor party, was able to recapture a South Carolina seat, and his name is already being floated for the 48' Presidential election, though Party committees are already beginning to fundraise and recruit for the 45' Midterms. After more than 6 years holding the post, Congressman Ross Spano (CC-FL) lost the gavel; Speaker Al Williams (SL-VI) will be the first non-Conservative Speaker of the Congress, and the Caucus has already prepared a shortlist of legislative goals which they will attempt to pressure President Moore to sign onto, including expanded healthcare access and more affordable college, alongside a slew of labor and regulatory reform bills. Congressional Makeup as of the 2042 elections - Map State | Class | MoC | Party | - | - | - Alabama | 1 | Alfred Namer | SL | 2 | David Abraham | SL Mississippi | 1 | Cindy Craven | CC | 2 | Alicia Fitzpatrick | SL Georgia | 1 | Jackson Perth | SL | 2 | Filip DeSabato | SL South Carolina | 1 | Brad Hutto | CC | 2 | Joe Cunningham | SL North Carolina | 1 | Joeseph Acosta | CC | 2 | Alex Key | CC Florida | 1 | Nikki Fried | SL | 2 | Ross Spano | CC ( CC Leader) Puerto Rico | 1 | Manuel Lugo | SL | 2 | Roberto Castro | SL Virgin Islands | 1 | Jessica FitzGerald | SL | 2 | Al Williams | SL ( Speaker) Tennessee | 1 | James Blackstone | SL | 2 | Kyle Greenburg | CC Louisiana | 1 | Larry Hugo | CC | 2 | Antoine Emile | SL Gubernatorial & State Legislative - Wikibox Both the Social Labor and Conservative Gubernatorial Associations, headed by John Donalds (NC-SL) and Ashley Moody (FL-CC) walked away relatively happy in the year's Gubernatorial elections, which saw no flips and one of each of the newly admitted states going to one party; Laborite strength among French Southrons was reinforced by a gubernatorial pickup in Louisiana by Joe Long, of the illustrious Long Family, while Tennessee went safely to Jesse Beck, a longtime figure in New American reform movements. North Carolina was the closest race of the cycle and one of the most highly watched, but the Conservative pick in the race (Albert MacDonald, a former right-wing radio show host) ended up disappointing expectations and John Donalds cruised to reelection. However, Labor came surprisingly close to capturing Mississippi, falling short only by a few thousand votes, showing the state's increasing viability for Labor in the years to come. Gubernatorial List as of the 2042 Elections - Map State | Governor | Party | - | - Alabama | Will Ainsworth | CC Mississippi | David James | CC Georgia | Lucy McBath | SL South Carolina | Catherine Templeton | CC North Carolina | John Donalds | SL Florida | Carlos Curbelo | CC Puerto Rico | Alberto Lorienza | SL Virgin Islands | Alice Smith | SL Tennessee | Eric Stuckey | CC Louisiana | Joe Long | SL Social Labor did well in the year's state legislative elections as well, capturing 11 of the country's 20 Legislative chambers; though once again falling short in North Carolina, strong showings downballot allowed for flips along the Gulf Coast region, and Louisiana's first state government will feature unified Labor control. Labor additionally broke out of it's 'lower chamber' problem, grabbing the Puerto Rican, Alabaman and Tennessean Senates for the first time (though they lost a handful of lower houses in the progress). The Conservatives continued to do well in suburban areas; however, Labor's expansion into rural regions has forced the Conservatives to try their hand in some urban metropolises, doing well in a number of North Carolinan cities - contributing to control of the state legislature for the first time. The Virgin Islands Senate continues to befuddle Social Labor, who just can't seem to finish the job and wipe out the last vestige of Conservative power in the state; however, SL only fell short by a seat, and will surely contest the chamber strongly once again in just 3 short years. Map of State Legislatures after the 2042 Elections Dark Blue (Solid CC), Medium Blue (Likely CC), Light Blue (Lean CC), Black (Even), Light Red (Lean SL), Medium Red (Likely SL), Dark Red (Solid SL) Confederate politics are more competitive than ever, more volatile than ever and, compared to the rest of the continent, stronger and more active than ever before. Gone are the days of one-party rule, seismic demographic shifts have shaken both parties to their cores and will shape the coming years of the Confederacy. On one hand, rural areas and especially rural whites have become increasingly receptive to the Social Labor message with the declining importance of social 'wedge issues' in national politics, recalling the days of Democratic party dominance in the 'Solid South;' an increased populist tilt, along with strong and targeted campaigns, have turned Alabama (once the most solidly Republican state in the country) to a near-pure tossup and put states like Mississippi and South Carolina in contention, no longer safely held. Decades of slow partybuilding has given the party a strong 'core' in the Caribbean states and Georgia, who's gigantic metropolis of Atlanta has given Labor a solid cushion of support to start every race, and the party has held young voters well, especially at the statewide level. Labor has begun to make inroads in the brand new Cajun demographic as well, and have proved themselves extremely competent at multi-lingual advertising and campaigning. Gone are the days of a meek, hapless Labor Party; now, the system truly does have a competitive nature. On the other hand, minorities are no longer the solidly liberal force they once were. The Conservatives have taken a sizable bite out of the old Democratic party foundation, namely black voters; older blacks have begun to express increasingly socially conservative views, and the success of the Conservatives on guns and abortion especially have swung a great number of blacks to their side. Suburbs remain the tossup as much as ever; however, older voters have flocked to the party, regardless of race. Young black and latino voters, too, once solidly liberal voters, have seen and appreciated the pro-growth policies of the Conservatives, and consider them their party in increasing numbers. Notably, while Social Labor has gained a populist tilt, much of the teeth of Conservative Populism have been removed; gone are the days of Roy Moore's firebreathing campaigning, and in it's place is a party of relative calm and stability, a party of 'sure hands. ' In all, partisanship plays less of a role in Confederate politics than nearly ever before. Ticket-splitting grows every year; social politics gone from the picture, different people have been 'freed' to pick different parties; more widespread competition has ended the days of notably 'solid' states, minus one or two exceptions. A national popular vote, an end to gerrymandering, two strong parties and increasing political efficacy have created a strong and resilient democratic system, proud of it's freedom of choice and the growth in number of votes cast each election. Voters are engaged, focused on policy and increasingly independent-minded. Moore is the unquestioned Queen of Confederate Politics, and her reign will last at least 18 years - for context, by the time she may run again 2048, there will be first time voters casting ballots for her who were born before the year she was first elected - an entire generation of Southrons growing up with her as the country's only leader, a larger-than-life political figure. However, Moore will be dealing with divided government for the first time, and an increased number of states with oppositional governments. While she hasn't indicated her intentions in 2048, the next 6 years will clearly shape her chances at getting a 4th term, if she even desires one.
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