The Jaguars had a chance to beat the Jets on Sunday, and had they managed it, it would've meant they'd have something other than the first overall pick. But this has been a tough season for the Jags, so it's no surprise they found a way to lose, and in the process, remain in the No. 1 spot. For some context, the last team to make the first selection in back-to-back years was the 2017 and 2018 Browns, who drafted Myles Garrett and Baker Mayfield. Before that, it was again the Browns, but the expansion version, back in 1999 (Tim Couch) and 2000 (Courtney Brown). In most other years, having the first overall pick -- and not wanting it -- wasn't necessarily a bad thing; in a good quarterback class, there are deals to be made. It's why, last spring, the Jags stayed put; they needed a QB and Trevor Lawrence was special. There are no Trevor Lawrence-type talents in this class, and it's hard to imagine a team trading up to the No. 1 spot for any of them, whether it's Matt Corral, Kenny Pickett, Malik Willis, Carson Strong or someone else.