2013 NFL Draft: Team needs
Our analysts examine each team's game plan entering the NFL draft, identifying biggest needs, potential fits and more. More ...
In which round will the Jaguars draft a quarterback?
If Caldwell has reached the same conclusion as NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock, then there's no quarterback worthy of the No. 2 overall pick -- especially for a team rebuilding one of the weakest rosters in the NFL.
Where it makes sense for Caldwell to pull the trigger is at the top of the second round. One undisclosed general manager predicted to ESPN's Adam Schefter that the draft's top quarterbacks are going to "fall like logs" now that the Arizona Cardinals, Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills have acquired capable veterans within the past week.
When those prospects fall out of the back end of the first round, Caldwell will be waiting to snatch up his favorite with the first pick on the draft's second day.