Kenneth Dixon #30 of the Baltimore Ravens runs with the ball during a preseason NFL game against the Carolina Panthers. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) Brad Evans and Dalton Del Don open the podcast discussing fantasy ramifications from all of the
How did teams from the AFC West Division fare during Week Three of the NFL season and how it relates to the San Diego Chargers…… The San Diego Chargers fell on the road in Indianapolis Sunday, but have a great opportunity to rebound at home next week.
Here’s the good news from the Jacksonville Jaguars offensive line in the 19-17 loss to the Baltimore Ravens: they didn’t give up a sack until the middle of the fourth quarter. The bad news? They gave up three in half a quarter. The offensive line held up for most of the game when it came to pass protection (run blocking is a different story) but they regressed hard when the Ravens could pin their ears back and rush in obvious passing downs. How did each sack look and who was responsible? Sack #1: 1st-and-10 at JAX 31, 11:07 left in 4Q Luke Joeckel driven backwards. Good straight-ahead rush by Terrell Suggs. Final verdict: Luke Joeckel Sack #2: 2nd-and-12 at JAX 29, 10:25 left in the 4Q Prayers