|Join *Jaguars Inside Report *Senior Editor Vic Ketchman as he tackles the fans' tough questions.|
Matt Schnake from Orange Park, FL:
|Vic: Edgerrin James and Marshall Faulk are probably considered to be the two-best running backs in the league. I consider Fred Taylor to be a better pure runner than James and Faulk, however, James and Faulk have the stats to back up their claims to the top two spots.|
Lee Fields from St. Marys, GA:
|Vic: You might be surprised to find out how many teams have and are experiencing the same difficulties. Teams can't control injuries and off-the-field problems. Every team has them and has to find ways to deal with them. However, the cap problem was self-inflicted, and it remains the Jaguars' greatest liability and regret.|
Matt Kochan from Ponte Vedra Beach, FL:
|Vic: There's nothing new about strong defense or a potent passing attack. The Ravens are an imitation of the "Steel Curtain" defense of the 1970s, and the Rams are a copy of the "Air Coryell" Chargers of the early '80s. Finding your own identity is important, and I believe the Jaguars have done that. They have been one of the best and most consistent offenses in the league since 1996. The only thing that separates the Jaguars from the Ravens and the Rams is two more wins; the AFC title game and the Super Bowl. The Ravens and the Rams won the games that matter most.|
Dave Stetson from Santa Maria, CA:
|Vic: I do not consider special teams to be coach Tom Coughlin's greatest challenge. Look at the roster. It lacks overall strength and depth, and I put great stock in quality of roster. In my opinion, the greatest challenge this coaching staff will face this season is the matter of reconstructing a 53-man roster that has been decimated by careless manipulation of the salary cap.|
Lou Nussbaum from Jacksonville:
|Vic: The Jaguars have to feel good about what Quinn is doing in Europe. His performance, to this point, has validated their opinion of his talent. I believe Europe is the first true step in Quinn's ascent to the backup quarterback job, and may be the kick-start to a career as a legitimate, long-term NFL quarterback.|
Brian Skelding from Mobile, AL:
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