Jake Ingram

#47DE,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 240
Born:
College: Hawaii
Birth Place: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Draft: 2009 6th round (25th pick) by the
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    Eric Decker leaves the worst imaginable quarterback situation for one of the league’s best. So yeah, we like the move.(Photo by Al Pereira/Getty Images for New York Jets) Eric Decker landed with the Tennessee Titans, which means one of the NFL’s elite

  • Patriots Have NFL’s Second-Best Fans Behind Cowboys, Per New Study
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    Patriots Have NFL’s Second-Best Fans Behind Cowboys, Per New Study

    New England Patriots fans are second to one. A new study by Dr. Mike Lewis of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School concludes the Patriots have the second-best fan base in the NFL, behind only the Dallas Cowboys. Lewis measured factors such as social media engagement, home and road attendance and team merchandise sales to determine his fan-base rankings. “First, Patriot fans may be bandwagon fans,” Lewis writes. “But at this point it is tough to tell.  The team has been excellent and the fans have been supportive for a long time.  And even when things tend to go wrong for the Patriots they come out ahead.  I believe that the deflate gate controversy had a significant positive impact on

  • Is Mike Mularkey the 3rd best coach in the AFC South?
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    Is Mike Mularkey the 3rd best coach in the AFC South?

    Tennessee Titans coach Mike Mularkey was ranked as the 23rd best coach in the NFL by Elliot Harrison of NFL.com. This time last year I would have said that was high. Now I think it is low. What a difference a year makes. Here were Harrison’s comments about Murlakey: What can I say about Mularkey that hasn't been said 1,000 times? Actually, now that I think of it, I'm not sure anyone has said so much as 1,000 words about the Titans head coach. Either way, a 9-7 record and the continued ascendance of Marcus Mariota under the tutelage of Mularkey and staff say enough for the moment. The key is to keep this young roster from "taking the cheese," as Bill Parcells would say. Put another way: Mularkey