Blake Bortles: 2018 will be good challenge for Jags

After winning the AFC South and advancing to the AFC Championship Game, the Jacksonville Jaguars won’t sneak up on anyone in 2018.Quarterback Blake Bortles, who will continue his offseason routine working with consultants Tom House and Adam Dedeaux in California, understands there are obstacles facing the Jaguars.But the Jacksonville signal-caller fully embraces the opportunity to show the Jaguars can build on the success of 2017.”I think from what we did last year, I think the expectations have kind of changed a little bit,” Bortles said Monday, via Phillip Heilman of the Florida Times-Union. “Within the locker room, they were definitely different last year, and I think they are only going to continue to change and grow and get higher.”I’m looking forward to it. I think it’s going to be a good challenge and it will be a good year.”Bortles’ positive outlook doesn’t surprise when considering he is the team’s franchise quarterback.