One of the biggest questions, if not the biggest, for the Jaguars heading in to the 2012 season is the right tackle position. While the rest of the line is presumably filled with Eugene Monroe, Will Rackley, Brad Meester and Uche Nwaneri, the question about the right tackle is one that has yet to be answered.
It's a concern that apparently isn't bothering Nwaneri much, as the guard entering his sixth season with the Jaguars told the Jacksonville media that the Jaguars offensive line aim to break a team record in 2012.
Nwaneri says they aim to break the Jags offensive sack record low of 28. "For us to get under that number would be a goal to be reached."— Eugene Frenette (@GeneFrenette) May 29, 2012
The likelihood of the Jaguars reaching this mark will be obviously depend upon the play at the right tackle spot, where the team struggled in 2012 with Guy Whimper starting for most of the season. Where Eben Britton fits in on the line is another question that will have to be answered in training camp and preseason.