NFL coordinator makes bold prediction for Jaguars’ Andre Cisco

Although he didn’t crack the top-10 safety in the NFL, anonymous executives, coaches and scouts voted enough for Jaguars’ defensive back Andre Cisco to place him in the honorable mention category entering the 2024 season, per polling conducted by Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.

One unnamed NFC coordinator sounded as though they had Cisco among his position’s best, predicting Jacksonville’s rising fourth-year safety could potentially go down as an all-time ballhawk.

“He can generate turnovers at an elite level,” the coach told Fowler. “He’ll be a 30-plus career interception guy.”

For reference, only one player in Jaguars history has reached 30 career interceptions, cornerback Rashean Mathis. Cisco’s seven career interceptions already rank No. 11 among the franchise’s leaders in the statistical category.

235 players have reached 30-plus interceptions in NFL history.

Jacksonville’s third-round selection in the 2021 NFL draft, Cisco took over as the Jaguars’ starting free safety in 2022 and has generated eight total turnovers and 15 defended passes over 30 games since.

In three seasons, Cisco has tallied 161 total tackles including two for loss, 1.5 sacks, seven interceptions, 17 defended passes and three forced fumbles.

Jaguars running back Travis Etienne Jr. and edge rusher Joshua Hines-Allen were named among the top 10 players at their respective positions by ESPN’s polling of NFL personnel released earlier this week.

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NFL coordinator makes bold prediction for Jaguars’ Andre Cisco

Author: Zach Goodall

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