Should Jarrett Lee be given a chance to start at Quarterback? This is one of the big questions on Tiger fans' minds. Some are scarred from the flurry of interceptions for touchdowns Jarrett threw last year. Some feel Lee was thrown into the fire and had too much pressure put on him because of a poor LSU defense. That LSU was playing from behind in many situations and Lee was put into obvious passing situations. Regardless, consensus seems to be that there are big problems with the LSU offense. Some feel the offensive line is doing a poor job and not opening holes or giving the quarterback enough protection. Some feel that Jordan Jefferson doesn't have a good grasp of the position and is a poor passer, if he throws the ball at all. Despite the interceptions from Lee last year, the LSU offense averaged almost 31 points a game last year, almost 34 points averaged through the first 6 scheduled games. So far this year LSU has averaged only 23 points a game. What do you think? It's clear something needs to change if LSU is to compete in the heart of the SEC schedule. What that change should be is what is lighting up the forum these days. Should Jarrett Lee be given a chance to start at Quarterback?