Too Much MJD?
Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew is admittedly not 100 percent following last year's knee injuries/procedures. Jacksonville has a more than capable backup in Rashad Jennings so should they spread the wealth a little more in terms of carries? Alfie Crow gives his opinion in this BIg Cat Country story-
Our take: The Jaguars best offensive play is any that Maurice Jones-Drew touches the football. Although it would be nice to keep his touches in the 25 or so range, if you're in a close game MJD needs to have the football.
Upgrades Necessary on the Back End
The Jaguars pass defense was amongst the NFL's worst in 2010 (28th of 32 teams) and they mainly have the same cast of characters returning in 2011. With free agency looming, find out some of the targets that the Jaguars will be courting and how the current talent stacks up.
Who's the GOAT?
Although the Jaguars don't have the illustrious history of many teams in the NFL, there has still been some impressive players that walked the halls of Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. Fox Sports allows you to vote for whichever player you believe to the best Jaguar of all time. Options include: Tony Boselli, Mark Brunell, Fred Taylor, Maurice Jones-Drew and Jimmy Smith.
Our take: Each player has meant a lot to the franchise, but the correct answer is Fred Taylor.