Josh McCown and the Bucs have gone down twice. Historically speaking, 0-2 starts have usually meant no playoffs in the NFL.
As if things weren’t bad enough for the Jacksonville Jaguars offense, they’ve lost pro-bowl tight end Marcedes Lewis for nearly half the season due to injury. In yesterday’s historic, record-breaking loss to the Washington Redskins, Lewis was the lone
Sunday was an absolute nightmare for the Jacksonville Jaguars franchise and their fans. What started off as an afternoon full of hope, ended in disappointment and disbelief as the Jaguars suffered a pain-staking loss to the Washington Redskins, a
Mike Tuck and Eric Lopez previews the Jacksonville Jaguars road game at the Washington Redskins with BigCatCountry.com’s Alfie Crow. Why you should listen: Mike Tuck and Eric Lopez preview the Jacksonville Jaguars road game against the Washington Redskins with BigCatCountry.com’s Alfie Crow. Crow recaps the Jaguars loss at the Philadelphia Eagles.
Are the Seattle Seahawks Still King of the Hill? 1. Seattle Seahawks (1-0): The Seahawks successfully defended its home turf on the NFL’s opening night vs Green Bay. A convincing victory got their season off to a sizzling start.
Tuck and O’Neill previews the Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Buccaneers Seasons. Why You Should Listen : Tuck and O’Neill preview the Miami Dolphins season with Orlando Alzugary of 560 WQAM in Miami. Orlando Alzugary on Tuck
Eric Lopez & Jeff Sharon previews the Jacksonville Jaguars Season with Jessica Blaylock of 1010 xl in Jacksonville. Why Should You Listen : Eric Lopez & Jeff Sharon talks to Jessica Blaylock about the Jacksonville Jaguars season outlook. Blaylock
On this edition of ‘The Insiders,’ Eric Lopez and Jeff Sharon discuss every division, storyline, and prediction as Week 1 of 2014 NFL season finally arrives. They preview all eight divisions, make their playoff prognostications, and make their Super
It will be the Jacksonville Jaguars opening on the road against the Philadelphia Eagles with the kickoff set for 1:05 pm. Radio will be on Sports Talk Florida’s WHOO 1080 AM with Frank Frangie doing the play-by-play and analysts
5 new teams will make the playoffs, but Tom Brady and the Pats will get another shot at Richard Sherman and the defending champion Seahawks in Super Bowl 49.