Last week we saw some upsets and some blowouts, and this week is looking to bring more drama than the last. One of the best matchups to watch will be the much anticipated rematch between Josh Norman and Odell Beckham Jr. in New York.
When the Jacksonville Jaguars travel west to take on the San Diego Chargers, they will be without two key players. Running Back Chris Ivory and Corner Back Prince Amukamara are officially out for Sunday’s game.
When the clock ticked down to triple zeros in last night’s TNF matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and the Houston Texans, the scoreboard at NRG Stadium looked oh-so familiar. For the 16th time in a row, the Colts had bested a division foe, setting the record for most consecutive division wins by any team in NFL History.
Gabbert, who had been competing with Chad Henne for the starting job, appeared to bang his throwing hand on a New York Jets defensive player’s helmet Saturday night.
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew has been charged with misdemeanor battery for an incident at a restaurant in St. Augustine, Fla., on Sunday, multiple media outlets reported, citing the St. Augustine Police Department.
Blackmon, who pleaded guilty to DUI last July, will be eligible to return to the team Sept. 30. He previously apologized to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for his arrest.
The AFC South has long been dominated by the Indianapolis Colts, but the rest of the division is quickly making up ground. This division put up 38 wins in 2009, the most of any division by far, making the AFC South one of the NFL’s premier divisions. While the Colts may still be the cream of the crop down south, I wouldn’t be too surprised to see both wildcard’s come out of this division. However, with great strength, comes cannibalism as each team’s schedule gets markedly more difficult as each division opponent improves. Let’s find out what makes this division so powerful.