ESPN's Adam Schefter believes the Jaguars will have "no problem" going with Chad Henne as their 2013 starting quarterback.
Henne has breathed life into a Jaguars offense that was dormant under Blaine Gabbert. Over the last three games, he's averaged 272.3 yards per game and tossed seven touchdowns against two interceptions. In Gabbert's 10 appearances this season, he averaged 166.2 yards per game with nine touchdowns and six picks. Schefter believes Gabbert will be back next season, but Henne could very well enter camp as the starter. The final four games are an important audition for him.