The Jacksonville Jaguars drafted Oklahoma receiver Dede Westbrook in the fourth round today. The decision naturally prompted a few questions to the front office about their view of Westbrook’s two arrests on allegations of domestic violence. The response from general manager David Caldwell? Well, who hasn’t been…
Jaguars linebacker Telvin Smith does not charge any fees for kids looking to attend his youth football camp. But other players do, and Smith’s not having it.
Tom Coughlin, the Jaguars’ new executive vice president of football operations, has been brought into Jacksonville to try and turn the Jaguars into a competent football team. That means he’s bringing back all the principles of the Red-Faced Old Man management he developed in New York, and according to a report from…
Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan, who voted for Donald Trump, is speaking out against Trump’s ban on refugees and on all entry from seven majority-Muslim countries. While NBA representatives have been vocal in expressing their disapproval of the ban, the NFL has been mostly silent—making Khan’s voice a prominent…
As mankind evolves past a belief in an omnipotent god, we must inevitably face the question: Whence does justice arise?
This season has been completely useless for the Jacksonville Jaguars. After blowing a two-touchdown lead to the Texans on Sunday for their ninth straight loss of the season, the Jags fired Gus Bradley, a bad coach everyone knew was bad a long time ago. Blake Bortles has rapidly regressed back to the point where he may…
The Jacksonville Jaguars fired head coach Gus Bradley today, after the team lost their 12th game of the season.
What makes a “world class city?” Let’s check the list.
There’s no more annoying type of person than the sports obsessive.
A child’s first smile. A mother’s kiss. A new love’s glance. All of these people will eventually die. Life’s sweetest moments are inherently fleeting, their memories best preserved before the deleterious assaults of passing time.
Upon witnessing Blake Bortles throw an interception off his own player’s shoe last week against the Texans, you may have thought: “Well, here’s something I’ll never see again in my life.” If so, may I say: Friend, you underestimated Blake Bortles.
The city of Detroit has been through a hell of a lot.
The Jaguars entered this season with expectations of contending for a playoff spot. Instead, after a 24-21 loss to the Texans, they’re 2-7 and haven’t won a game in a month. It’s been a grim season, but thankfully Blake Bortles is dedicated to supplying his fans with much needed dosages of slapstick comedy.
If the Jaguars were to make a midseason coaching change, there will never be a better time than four weeks ago, entering their bye week. (They screwed that up by winning that last game before the break, their first win of the season.) There will never be a second-better time than right now, after a truly putrid…
We are blessed by the NFL’s benevolence in its grace to provide us the finest professional football every Thursday night. We aren’t worthy of witnessing the incredible talents of the Jacksonville Jaguars weekly—let alone in such a showcase as Thursday Night Football.
If there’s one thing you need to know about Jaguars rookie cornerback Jalen Ramsey, it’s that he hates being disrespected on the football field. If there’s another thing you need to know about him, it’s that he is a great source for juicy postgame quotes.
The Jags had pinned Oakland back for fourth-and-24, and the Raiders made things even harder on themselves by botching the punt’s long snap. The result of the play? First down, Oakland.
A Bears fan has no ground to start talking shit, especially right after losing at home to the Jaguars. He should especially avoid repeatedly yelling “Go fuck yourself” to any Jaguars fans that he sees.