The Jacksonville Jaguars have a ton of problems. But there’s a faction of “fans” out there that think Tim Tebow will fix them all.
At some point, even if they won’t admit it, Gus Bradley and his Jacksonville Jaguars must have wondered if a victory would come this season. They can stop wondering.
With the seemingly incomparable and record-setting offense set to square off against the monumentally futile Jacksonville Jaguars this week, the line of Denver -28 ties a record for the biggest spread ever set.
The NFL will play three regular-season games at London’s Wembley Stadium next year, hosted by the Jaguars, Falcons and Raiders.
On Sunday, the 5-0 Broncos will take on the 0-5 Jaguars. It shouldn’t be a pretty football game, as the Broncos are dominating opponents and the Jags are consistently getting dominated. But for the sports bettors out there, it should be fascinating.
Talk about a sign from above…
Most players in the NFL like to talk a good bit and let the world know just how great they are. Then there are those that sit back, do their job, and lead their team from the inside.
Rex Ryan confirmed at Thursday’s news conference that the Jets have signed wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi.
First-and-goal is a time you stand up in anticipation of your team’s exclamation point to their drive, not for Jets’ fans.
New York Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith will not play in the team’s preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars because of a sprained ankle.
“Nothing has been determined yet whether Geno will play in this game or not,” Jets coach Rex Ryan said Thursday. “Let’s make sure we’re clear on that.”
The team’s decision comes one day after head coach Rex Ryan criticized rookie Geno Smith for his four-interception performance at practice.
Rex Ryan says Geno Smith had his “worst” day of training camp, calling the New York Jets rookie quarterback’s performance “brutal.”
The last thing Jets fans need to see during the second preseason game is Geno Smith not have plays called that give him the opportunity to win this quarterback competition.
Despite playing for four different teams in his 12-year NFL career, safety Deon Grant has decided to retire as a New York Giant.