LONDON, England. It’s October time, we’re already into week four of the NFL season and the annual buzz of the International Series fills the air once again. The slow, zooming camera captures the rainbow of jerseys parading up Wembley Way. The ranging demographic of people is so vast it can be hard to put into words, their only common ground?… Read more
All the promise and optimism surrounding the Jacksonville Jaguars of a few seasons ago, when they reached the AFC Championship Game, seems to have long since dissipated.
The latest Jaguars loss, this time against the Indianapolis Colts, featured the long-awaited return of QB Nick Foles after a 10-week absence after suffering a broken left collarbone back in Week 1.
The half term results are out for this year's rookie class. As with every year some have excelled, whilst others risk being held back.
The NFL has already seen its first head coach casualty this season with Washington’s Jay Gruden paying the price for a sub .500-win loss record during his time in the nation’s capital. The rate of turnover at the top position in the league is well noted with eight vacancies appearing during or at the conclusion of last season.
At first glance the trade of All Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey from the Jacksonville Jaguars to the Los Angeles Rams on Tuesday evening seems like a win-win for both franchises. However, the trade may indicate further issues for both teams, especially as they move forward with championship aspirations in their respective conferences.
Following Jalen Ramsey’s public outburst on the sidelines during the Jaguars defeat to divisional rivals Houston Texans in week 2, it seemed the writing was on the wall. Soon after this display, the rather inevitable trade request landed at the door of GM Dave Caldwell.
The NFL loves shiny new toys and when an image of one of Minshew's pregame outfits began to circulate, the former Washington State QB accumulated a type of cult following. But would Minshew's fashion sense translate to the field against the Houston Texans?
It should be mentioned this is, of course, all coach talk. There still so much promise that must be delivered upon. With the lingering concerns on the defensive front, it may just prevent this team from hitting their full potential quick enough. But in what is now a wide open division, no one team can be ruled out. It certainly will be one to watch with much intrigue and mystery surrounding it.
Two years ago the Jaguars were on the periphery of greatness, but a questionable ref call and the excellence of Tom Brady denied the Jaguars their first Super Bowl appearance.Blake Bortles was resigned to a new contract, and their defence was expected to improve. In reality the Jaguars took a major step back last year, finishing 5-11 amid player disharmony and dispute. Since then, the Bortles experiment is finished and the Nick Foles era has begun.
The 2019 NFL Draft has come and gone with some teams transforming their rosters through shrewd picks and draft night trades. Who had the most success?
Kyler Murray drops outside the top three in our NFL mock draft as defensive players lead the way.
Free agency opens in just over a week and reports point to Nick Foles signing with the Jaguars.
Indianapolis Colts dominated the AFC South last season, making a surprise playoff run. Texans, Jaguars and Titans have a lot of catching up to do.
Former Vikings, Jets and Saints quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is an intriguing free agent this offseason. Bridgewater is a former first-round pick and could be a starter on a few teams.