|Join *Jaguars Inside Report *Senior Editor Vic Ketchman as he tackles the fans' tough questions.|
Matt Schnake from Orange Park, FL:
Would you rate Fred Taylor as one of the top two backs in pro football?
Lee Fields from St. Marys, GA:
How come it seems like things get worse and worse for the Jags? Injuries, suspended players, cap problems, all kinds of stuff.
Matt Kochan from Ponte Vedra Beach, FL:
In the wake of the Ravens' Super Bowl victory, a lot of teams have become interested in mimicking the Ravens' powerhouse defense. It seems to me, though, that it's not the team that most closely mimics the previous Super Bowl champs, but rather the team that has a new strength that the NFL has never seen before, like the Ravens defense last year or the passing attack of the Rams the year before. Might it be in the best interest of the Jaguars to create their own strength rather than copying the Ravens' strong defense?
Dave Stetson from Santa Maria, CA:
Last year the special teams were impacted by injuries. As a result, the special teams were a disappointment. With the loss of Bryan Barker and several other key players, what do you think is the biggest challenge the coaching staff will have this season?
Lou Nussbaum from Jacksonville:
I caught the first half of Jonathan Quinn's NFL Europe game last week and he looked pretty impressive. Considering the level of competition, does this performance mean anything and what do you see as the prognosis for Quinn?
Brian Skelding from Mobile, AL:
Who has the best shot at making the fullback position out of the ones from mini-camp, or will the Jaguars go with someone else on the market?
The Jaguars would like a proven fullback to surface who they might be able to afford. Two fullbacks who were starters last season, Daimon Shelton and Sam Gash, are still unsigned. There are certain positions at which teams can not afford to pay much more than minimum wage. Fullback is one of those positions, if he is going to be used exclusively as a blocker. There are three fullbacks currently on the Jaguars' roster: Kevin Clemens, Patrick Washington and Dustin McClintock. Until they put the pads on and start blocking, no evaluations can be made.