If you’re like me, you’re constantly thinking about “what if” scenarios. Especially when it comes to the history of the National Football League. In January, the Jacksonville Jaguars came just one win shy of making the franchise’s first Super Bowl appearance in history. It was Jacksonville’s first playoff appearance sinceRead More →

Sunday afternoon, Jacksonville’s 25-year old quarterback Blake Bortles played his heart out in the AFC Championship game. Against the mighty Tom Brady, Bortles out-played New England’s offense for three quarters, finishing the game with 293 yards, a passing touchdown, zero interceptions and a 98.5 QB rating. He came up justRead More →

Okay, I’ll be honest. We here at All-Out Blitz have truly struggled with game picks this postseason. But that’s what so great about the NFL playoffs, right?? Any given Sunday! Sunday afternoon’s Conference Championship match-ups feature three squads without any Super Bowl victories (Jacksonville, Philadelphia and Minnesota) and one squadRead More →

Remember last off-season, when free agent defensive end Calais Campbell made the decision to sign with Jacksonville, rather than Denver? And … remember how all of the Broncos fans thought he was crazy for choosing the 3-13 Jaguars over their beloved Broncos? Well, that “take” did not age well. DenverRead More →

Ahead of this afternoon’s Week 9 showdown against the Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville has made the decision to bench rookie running back Leonard Fournette. It appears as though he’s a healthy scratch. According to the trusted Ian Rapoport, he violated a team rule and will be inactive for the 1 p.m.Read More →

The free agency period and new league year doesn’t officially roll around until next month, but that isn’t stopping the Miami Dolphins from making moves now. In a deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami’s front office has acquired tight end Julius Thomas. Thomas, 28, passed his physical but will not officiallyRead More →

Through the first three quarters of play in this morning’s 9:30 a.m. (eastern time) AFC South match-up between Indianapolis and Jacksonville in London’s Wembley Stadium, Jacksonville held a 23-6 lead in what appeared to be a somewhat boring, low-scoring game. But then, the fourth quarter happened. Through the first eightRead More →

In my offseason preview on the Jacksonville Jaguars, I stated that I believe they are still a year away from contention, and despite the loss of guar Josh Sitton, the Packers should be able to go into Jacksonville and get a win. Granted, it won’t be as easy as JacksonvilleRead More →

This is a common scenario as of late in the NFL: a team finishes last, or close to it one year and the next year they win the division and make a playoff run. Free agency and increased salary caps (along with some solid drafting for some teams) allow teamsRead More →