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The Jaguars are in a hopeless quarterback situation, yet refuse to give any serious interest to signing Tim Tebow.
Fans, however, are keeping hope alive.
During the second quarter of the Colts-Jaguars game on Sunday, a plane towing a "Tebow, why not?" banner was spotted flying over EverBank Field.
The spectacle was expected, as a Tebow fan group organized the flyover in hopes of persuading the organization into signing the blackballed quarterback.
“My goal is to dispel the negativity surrounding the Jaguars and Tim Tebow in hopes the people will see the opportunity the team has. I really believe this is a win-win scenario," Eric Holshouser, the head of the Jags4Tebow group, said in an open letter.
The Jags appear content with Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne at the controls in what some are calling a tank season.
But, hey, 'A' for effort on the banner, guys.
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A report came out earlier that the Patriots and tight end Rob Gronkowski were at odds when over whether he’s ready to play or not.
According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Patriots and Gronk aren’t at odds.
The more likely explanation is that the Patriots are creating the impression, or allowing it to exist, that Gronkowski is getting closer to playing, forcing their weekly opponents...
According to Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald, Patriots offensive lineman Sebastian Vollmer will likely play in Sunday night’s game against the Falcons.
Per source, right tackle Sebastian Vollmer made the trip to Atlanta. Is “likely” to play. Should be a game-time decision.
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When New England Patriots defensive lineman went down with an apparent injury during Sunday night's game against the Falcons the general perception in Atlanta by the fans was that he was faking it; trying to throw the Falcons offense out of rhythm.
We now know they were wrong.
The big man was not faking it all. In fact, he ended up blowing out his right Achilles tendon...
Put a half naked woman next to an NFL logo and it’s like magic – you have my full attention. How couldn’t these NFL hotties?
Even the despised Tom Brady led New England Patriots are a-okay in my book…for the moment.
Featured are a number of images of DynastySeries NFL Game of the Week so far through Week 4 of the 2013 NFL season.
Each week they pick a game of a week and...
Earlier this week we told you about the Jacksonville Jaguars offering two free drinks to any fans who bought tickets to watch them lose this weekend against the Colts. It appears that Jags fans aren’t huge fans of free booze, or just didn’t find the bribe worth the agony of watching their lowly football team suck it up because the turnout was pretty pathetic. Check out the picture...
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New England Patriots NT Vince Wilfork suffered a torn Achilles’ tendon in New England’s 30-23 win over Atlanta on Sunday, according to The Boston Globe.
league source: Vince Wilfork has torn Achilles – almost certainly ends his season
— shalise manza young (@shalisemyoung) September 30, 2013
If the news is true, it means that Wilfork’s...
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The curious case of Rob Gronkowski‘s health continues to take more twists and turns. Gronkowski will miss his fourth consecutive game in Atlanta on Sunday while still recovering from offseason surgeries. It was originally thought that his surgically repaired forearm was the injury that was keeping him sidelined, but it appears that his back is the lingering problem, according to...
On the first drive of tonight's game against the Falcons, Vince Wilfork went down with an ankle injury and was questionable to return all night(he never did).
If Wilfork misses extended time, the man who replaced him tonight, Joe Vellano, could fill the role extensively. Vellano was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Maryland and made the roster out of training camp. He...
During their Sunday night win against the Atlanta Falcons, the New England Patriots lost defensive tackle, Vince Wilfork to a torn Achilles, which quite possibly will end his season. The injury which was first reported by the Boston Globe late following the win, was suffered during the first quarter and Wilfork was then carted off […]
BY NICK ST. DENISThe New England Patriots always preach the "next man up" mantra, but in the case of Vince Wilfork's absence, that's a tough one to sell.Wilfork, the anchor of the Patriots' defense and one of the most consistent defensive tackles of the past decade, tore his Achilles Sunday night and is likely done for the season, according to Shalise Manza...
The Patriots made a minor roster move on Monday afternoon, releasing safety Kanorris Davis.
Davis was promoted to the 53-man roster from the practice squad on Saturday. He played on all four special teams units during Sunday’s 30-23 win over the Falcons. He filled in on special teams for cornerback Marquice Cole, who was released by the Patriots on Friday.
He didn’t record a...
Five takeaways from New England's win over Atlanta--cover32: Latest on cover32:
The Atlanta Falcons are frauds — they are the Houston Texans of the NFC.
Atlanta is loaded with talent across the field and will dominate the inferior teams but can’t hang with the “big boys.”
Entering Week 4, not too many people gave the Patriots a chance — despite the team being 3...
The Patriots take on the Atlanta Falcons tonight. Here are the players that the Patriots have on the 53 man roster who will not be active tonight.
Danny Amendola and Rob Gronkowski are both inactive for tonight, as neither flew out to Atlanta with the team and the Patriots had already announced that both are ruled out for today.
Matthew Slater is also inactive, as the...
During Sunday nights 30-23 victory over the Atlanta Falcons, New England Patriot's undrafted rookie receiver Kenbrell Thompkins had his best game as a professional catching a TD pass in the forth quarter to help build a lead Atlanta could not comeback from. The touchdown was Thompkins' third of the season as he follows up a solid 2 TD game last week against the Bucs, with...