The Jacksonville Jaguars have a lot of needs heading into the 2013 NFL Draft, which means there are a lot of ways they can go with their No. 2 overall pick. One common thought that has cropped up among fans and sports talk radio is that the Jaguars should bolster their offensive line by drafting Texas A&M left tackle Luke Joeckel.

The problem with that line of thought however is that the Jaguars have a Top 10 left tackle starting already in Eugene Monroe, who they drafted with the No. 8 overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. There isn't a need at the left tackle position and you're not going to spend the second overall pick on a right tackle. Not only that, but you have no idea if Monroe or Joeckel will even be as effective on the right side as they are on the left side.