I like to make sports related lists when I am bored in a meeting. The other day I was mentally listing the greatest player for each NFL franchise. I was stumped when I got to Jacksonville. Some teams were pretty easy. I think that John Elway is the greatest Denver Bronco. Dan Fouts is the greatest San Diego Charger. Lawrence Taylor is the greatest New York Giant. Other teams had many greats to choose from, like the Steelers: Greene, Lambert, Harris, Polamalu, Ward, etc. I am going to go with Mean Joe Greene. But Jacksonville, Carolina, and Houston have me stumped. I realize the history of these three franchises is pretty short. The Ravens haven't been around all that long, but Ray Lewis was an easy choice for me. Now I realize this is totally subjective and there will be varying opinions, but I am truly curious. Who do you consider to be the greatest Jacksonville Jaguar of all time? Is it Mark Brunell who lead the Jaguars to historic success for an expansion franchise? Fred Taylor had a nice long career in Jacksonville. How about Tony Boselli? Is it Jimmy Smith? Other possibilities I can think of are Byron Leftwich, Maurice Jones-Drew, and maybe David Garrard.