Just to keep us focused on how powerful this odious Caste System is, I thought I'd include the following little blurb from a well-known fantasy website: The Florida Times-Union reports Jacksonville Jaguars HC Jack Del Rio has already given WR Matt Jones a private message that he's not always happy with his demeanor on the field. On Monday, Del Rio went public with the message to Jones. "I'm not comfortable with some of the body language he's exhibiting," Del Rio said while reviewing the team's 13-7 victory over the Atlanta Falcons Sunday. After making no catches in the opener against Tennessee, Jones had three catches against the Falcons but continued his practice of sometimes loping down the field, especially when he's not the main receiver. Del Rio declined to say when he talked to Jones, the team's 2005 first-round draft pick, about the issue. Because Jones doesn't appear to be eager to take contact over the middle and sometimes drops passes when he's hit, Del Rio was asked if he thinks the receiver is "soft." "I don't think that's something [soft] that anybody ought to ever say about an athlete," Del Rio said. "I'm not sure that's appropriate." Del Rio, though, said that body language can make a difference because the players "feed off each other." "If you come into a room and you're smiling, you can infect people around here. A guy like FS Reggie Nelson, he's so full of energy. When he enters a room, he has an infectious ability," Del Rio explained. "It's kind of contagious. Other people feel energized. I think conversely, sometimes when you have a more casual demeanor about it, it can be misconstrued." A quarterback in college, the Jaguars drafted Jones to be a wide receiver, and he hasn't made a smooth transition. Jones had 36 and 41 receptions in his first two seasons. When RB Fred Taylor was asked if the veterans have a problem with Jones' attitude, Taylor said he has a good rapport with the wide receiver. Taylor also said, "We're trying to light a fire under some guys," but declined to name those players, saying, "You didn't ask me about anybody else. You asked me about one person. I'm not talking about anybody else." Of Jones, Taylor said, "If he's into the game mentally, that's fine. Physically, he doesn't have to show all that rah-rah, that jumping up and bouncing off the walls. That doesn't impress me. It doesn't do anything for me." Jack Del Rio- a special reason to hate the Jaguars.