Jaguars QB Nick Foles Undergoes Surgery on Injured Clavicle and Will Be Placed on IR

Kansas City Chiefs v Jacksonville Jaguars
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Just when the Jacksonville Jaguars had finally found themselves a quarterback after wasting away years of a great defensive unit by starting Blake Bortles, it's snatched away from them.

Nick Foles injured his clavicle on Sunday against the Chiefs, and will now undergo surgery and be placed on IR.

Foles isn't eligible to return until Week 8, as is the case with any player placed on injured reserve. In that time period, he'll look to recover while the Jaguars (hopefully) stay afloat with the likes of Gardner Minshew, a rookie out of Washington State, leading the offense.

However, the Jaguars aren't satisfied giving Minshew the reigns without any competition, so they dealt for Steelers QB and former Tennessee Volunteer Joshua Dobbs, as well.

Per usual, Jacksonville is loaded defensively, but we've seen this time and time again with the Jaguars -- unless they have a capable signal-caller, their AFC South dreams are utterly worthless. Foles provided that hope for under a half of football. Suddenly, the Jags are right back where they started.