Listen: Football, Jacksonville Jaguars And NFL discussed on First and Last
"And I am a whopping ninety six and ninety seven and the only teams I can blame are the Jags. And the Cowboys outside of my terrible picking ain't that the truth talk about two teams that have been sort of emblematic of the entire NFL season. And again, that's the vast majority of teams that wind up around the middle just above or at five hundred teams that display the kind of inconsistency that leads to a Tennessee titans. Thirty to six thumping. Of the Jacksonville Jaguars last night. A game that thirty thirty nine excuse me. I was going to say it had to be something strange like that. Because the first points for Jacksonville came on a safety on one of the worst fielded punts known demand by Tennessee, a hodgepodge of job there that I can't imagine ever lands that young man back they're catching punts professionally again at least for quite some time. So you can understand people finding themselves in that vitamin Alex tweets in shout out to the army navy game this year army trying to get the three peat my favorite game of the year. Go army beat navy, and it is that special weekend in college football after the conference championship weekend. Where one of the most story games in college football gets played. It's first and last Michael junior here on ESPN radio and the ESPN app and speaking of college football last night, we had the Home Depot college football award show, take place handing out some of the hardware. That we dole out in the world of college football, some of the major award that go out to players all around the country who have been exemplary this year things like the Butkus award. Go to the best linebacker, cough, cough. Devon white from LSU. We remember famously had to miss the first half of the LSU Alabama tilt this year because of a targeting call Quentin Williams from Alabama winning the outland trophy for best interior linemen which I saw chase. Good bread on Twitter who covers draft prospects for NFL dot com. Call."