We’ll try to take advantage of our fantastic SportsNation poll feature as often as we can this season.
My thought today is about who was most impressive in the first games of the year.
Though his coaches gave him a limited workload, was it Maurice Jones-Drew, who nearly got to 100 rushing yards and scored a touchdown on a day when the Jaguars absolutely dominated time of possession in a win over the Titans?
Or how about Kenny Britt? In a losing effort he collected five catches for 136 yards and two touchdowns, showing great explosion.
Mario Williams led Houston’s fantastic defensive effort, with two sacks, a forced fumble and a tackle for a loss.
In his first NFL game, Ben Tate staked a claim for a role in the Texans' backfield with 116 yards rushing and a touchdown.
Or how about Drew Coleman, the Jaguars cornerback who saw a lot of action, tied for the team lead in tackles with seven to go with a sack, a forced fumble and a pass defensed?
Be heard by clicking on the guy you think is most deserving.