Jacksonville Jaguars: Ndamukong Suh

Not surprisingly, Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was voted the most feared player in the NFL in our NFL Nation confidential survey of more than 320 players.

Suh has been fined seven times and suspended twice during his four-year NFL career for various illegal hits and incidents. He was fined an NFL-record $100,000 for an illegal hit in the 2013 season opener against Minnesota.

However, Suh only drew one vote from the 10 Jaguars polled. Houston defensive end J.J. Watt topped the list with three votes, most likely because the Jaguars face the Texas twice every season and rarely play the Lions.

Detroit receiver Calvin Johnson got two votes, while San Francisco defensive end Justin Smith, Denver quarterback Peyton Manning, New Orleans tight end Jimmy Graham and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick each earned one vote.

Clearly, players looked at “most feared” in a variety of ways. Some viewed it synonymously with “dirtiest,” while others felt it meant the most dangerous player to face.
Don't expect the Jaguars to look for a right tackle in the upcoming draft. General manager David Caldwell said the team is pretty pleased with Austin Pasztor.

The Florida Times-Union's Hays Carlyon writes that Caldwell's statement at the season-ending news conference that he feels good about Luke Joeckel and Pasztor being the starting tackles in 2014 caps a pretty good year for Pasztor. He signed with Minnesota as an undrafted free agent in 2012, was cut by the Vikings just before the season began, was claimed by the Jaguars and started three games at guard, and entered this season as an extra lineman.

He went from playing a few snaps on special teams in the first three weeks and being inactive in Week 4 to becoming the starter at right tackle after left tackle Eugene Monroe was traded to Baltimore and Joeckel moved from right tackle to left tackle.

Here are some additional pieces of Jaguars content from around the Web in our daily Reading the Coverage feature:

The T-U's Ryan O'Halloran breaks down the Jaguars' season by the numbers, including penalties by player, explosive plays and playing time.

Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was named the league's most feared player in a confidential survey of 320 players. He appeared on several of the Jaguars players' ballots, but other players got votes as well.

Jaguars analyst Jeff Lageman looks at the creative ways offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch got receiver Ace Sanders the ball.

Here's the weekly Jaguars mailbag. As expected, there are a lot of Johnny Manziel and draft questions.