The Facts: New Jaguars OC Jay Gruden says he can do a little more with Chark with his size, speed and ability to get out of breaks. According to 1010XL's Hays Carlyon, Gruden will move Chark around in the slot some. The coach called Chark an excellent physical specimen. Gruden added the young wideout has made an impression already, telling reporters that Chark is hungry and wants to be great.
Diehards Line:Despite the Jaguars' disappointing 6-10 record, Chark enjoyed a breakout season in 2019. According to ESPN.com, a big reason for that success was that Chark figured out how hard he needed to work and the proper way to prepare each week. That was something he admitted he didn't take as seriously as a rookie in 2018. Chark still needs to work on getting separation and figuring out how to be consistently productive when teams are rolling coverages his way, but some of that comes with experience. As long as he stays healthy, he should be able to be around 1,000 yards and eight to 10 touchdowns.