Found November 03, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
It’s going to be a long week for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Two home games in four days, is going to wear a team out. The physical toll is going to be demanding and the mental strain of it may be worse. Jaguars fans are going to have some tired kitties to root for this week! This is a big reason why the NFL needs to abolish Thursday night games. As a fan, more football is always better than less football, but there has to be a compromise somewhere when it comes to players’ health and safety. The Jaguars will find that out in the hard way this week. Players will tell you to a man, that Thursday is about when the bodies start to feel normal again after a brutal Sunday game.… Read more
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