Blake Bortles: Criticism has never really bothered me

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After winning the AFC South and advancing to the AFC Championship Game last season, the outside view of the Jaguars is quite different this July than it was a year ago.

Quarterback Blake Bortles admitted as much during an appearance on NFL Network when he said the Jaguars aren’t going to surprise anyone this season and will “definitely get” the best from their opponents every week as a result.

The view of Bortles hasn’t completely changed, however. Some still question whether the quarterback is good enough to take the Jaguars where they want to go. Bortles said such critiques aren’t something he spends a lot of time thinking about after spending four years playing for George O’Leary at UCF because he knows he can’t stop anyone from airing those thoughts.

“There’s times when I deserve it,” Bortles said. “And I don’t have a problem admitting that I didn’t play good. And I don’t have a problem with people critiquing me when I don’t play good. It’s just never really bothered me. I love going to work every day. I love playing football, and the locker room, so why let something affect me that I have no control over?”

Outside doubts about Bortles didn’t stop Jacksonville from signing him to a contract extension and there’s been a lot more positivity about the quarterback from the organization than there was last year. Should Bortles back that up on the field this fall, he may be able to avoid questions about his critics at this time next year.

59 responses to “Blake Bortles: Criticism has never really bothered me

  1. He’s always getting crap. Some is deserved but I believe he is much better than people say. They are no longer a sleeper team. Let’s see how this season goes.

  2. INteresting. Expect a regression this year for Jax. People just assume they have another gear, and the odds are against that from happening. especially with this guy at QB.

    A big reason why they lost to NE is because his style of play maxed itself out by halftime. They ran a lot of plays, ran the ball well early, but it was all predicated on running the ball.

    That’s a red flag for a franchise QB in this day and age which means Bortles is overpaid and overrated.

    He signed a 54 million dollar deal, so if they keep him for 2018 and 2019, he’s getting 13 mil per over the next 2 years. Not bad on the books, but are they trying to win or not?

    The only reason the game was close in Foxborough is because of how injured the Pats were.

    Don’t expect injuries to plague them this year. It’s an even season, and in those even seasons, they’ve been pretty healthy going to a SB, most of that time. It’s been the odd years, where they’ve been thin and were more vulnerable than usual.

    These soup du jour teams pop up every year, and then they come crashing down. Look at Arizona 2 years go.

    This is a common occurrence, even if the AFC is wide open outside of the title game likely going through Foxborough yet again.

  3. They are no longer a sleeper team. Let’s see how this season goes.

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    You just answered your own question. Playing with a target on your back is very different than not.

  4. Blake Bortles get it. Any player in the NFL that lets media opinions bother them are misguided. The media is there to sell stories, as long as the guy that signs your check is happy, the player should be happy. Reporters and talking heads are there to generate buzz and sell, not offer honest and informed player evaluations.

  5. Delusional Pats fan. The only reason the Jaguars didn’t win the AFC Championship Game is that they refused to alter coverages in the second half. They had you where they wanted you but were playing not to lose.

  6. ^^^^

    This tylaw closn guy really needs to stop living off welfare and get a job instead of spending his days repeating his delusional mantras of patriot victimhood.

    Jacksonville “lost” because the refs were ordered to get NE into the Superbowl. Once they were there and didn’t have the refs blowing the whistle to prevent touchdowns and couldn’t steal the eagles plays from practice they got worked.

    By a backup.

  7. Myles Jack wasn’t down.

    Possessing the ball, on the ground, while his body is rubbing up against Dion Lewis…means he wasn’t down? In what sport?

  8. tylawspick6 says:
    A big reason why they lost to NE is because his style of play maxed itself out by halftime. They ran a lot of plays, ran the ball well early, but it was all predicated on running the ball.
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    I know reality sometimes escapes you Pats fans so I’m sorry to come at you with straight facts, but you do realize Pats only won b/c refs blew whistle on Myles Jack. Can’t beat a team and the refs. #Myles Jack wasn’t down.

  9. kevjamm says:
    July 13, 2018 at 11:27 am
    at tylawspick6:
    What QB would you have picked up in the off season to replace BB?

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    Well, they could have bid on Garropolo and certainly beaten out the SF offer.

    McCarron was on the table as well. Both would have come in as better options for the future as it’s pretty clear anything Bortles is capable of, has shown as his peak already.

    I would much rather pay 18-20 mil for a QB that has upside and just needs a shot.

  10. tylawspick6 says:
    July 13, 2018 at 11:24 am
    INteresting. Expect a regression this year for Jax. People just assume they have another gear, and the odds are against that from happening. especially with this guy at QB.

    A big reason why they lost to NE is because his style of play maxed itself out by halftime. They ran a lot of plays, ran the ball well early, but it was all predicated on running the ball.

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    I would have to disagree, I think Jax has done just the right touches to make themselves stronger this coming year and I expect to see them right back at it. The reason they lost was because Belichick is a genius at adjustments so they started out having success, but then after the adjustments that got shut off. In the second half they did find some things that worked but Belichick kept tweaking so staying within reach was the best they could do. Meanwhile Brady did have their D figured out so by the second half so he is coming from behind and surging ahead. Just the same it was still close and the Jags almost retook the lead near the end on what was a beautiful spot on throw by Bortles except Gilmore earned his entire year’s salary on one play when he did that diving swat to break it up.

    Jax learned a lot that game and will be a tougher challenge this year. I still think the Pats are better and like their chances to play in the SB but I also think its much more likely its Jax that tney have to play in the AFCCS. The big difference this year will be that rather than being a suprise seeing them get that far their improvements have made them a more solid chance to get by Pittsburgh and the rest. Last year it was unexpected, this year it will not be.

  11. natedoggpd says:
    July 13, 2018 at 11:44 am
    Myles Jack wasn’t down.

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    Umm, Dion Lewis WAS down. Learn the rules. Cannot sytnd Millennial as know-it-alls and they don’t even know the sport’s rules.

    My goodness.

    You are lucky Goodell cheated for you in the first place. The ball never left Lewis’s possession until after being on the ground. Plain as day.

  12. This guy is not as bad as people make him out to be. Yes he was up and down in the season, but he was really decent when it mattered…the playoffs. I think he played better than Case Keenum in the playoffs.

  13. Patrick says:
    July 13, 2018 at 11:34 am
    ^^^^

    This tylaw closn guy really needs to stop living off welfare and get a job instead of spending his days repeating his delusional mantras of patriot victimhood.

    Jacksonville “lost” because the refs were ordered to get NE into the Superbowl. Once they were there and didn’t have the refs blowing the whistle to prevent touchdowns and couldn’t steal the eagles plays from practice they got worked.

    By a backup.

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    I am gainfully employed with a great career and enjoy my life. I have no idea what you’re talking about here.

    You have it backwards. Goodell ordered the refs to cheat NE. He wants Jax in London asap and nothing would have been better than Jax in the SB to make that happened.

    Dion Lewis clearly never fumbled as the replay showed. The refs got the call wrong, ignored the facts of the replay, and gave Jax possession.

    Other than that, as Romo mentioned on the broadcast Bortles was out of bullets by halftime, as anyone could plainly see.

  14. tylawspick6 says:
    July 13, 2018 at 11:24 am
    INteresting. Expect a regression this year for Jax. People just assume they have another gear, and the odds are against that from happening. especially with this guy at QB.

    A big reason why they lost to NE is because his style of play maxed itself out by halftime. They ran a lot of plays, ran the ball well early, but it was all predicated on running the ball.

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    They have the best Defense in the league. This is coming from a Vikings fan. As long as Fornatte can keep running well they will still do well. Good defenses and a good run game and bring you a long ways.

  15. kevjamm says:
    July 13, 2018 at 11:27 am
    at tylawspick6:
    What QB would you have picked up in the off season to replace BB?

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    Well, they could have bid on Garropolo and certainly beaten out the SF offer.

    McCarron was on the table as well. Both would have come in as better options for the future as it’s pretty clear anything Bortles is capable of, has shown as his peak already.

    I would much rather pay 18-20 mil for a QB that has upside and just needs a shot.

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    I don’t think Garrapolo was ever a free agent this year. McCarron? Well, this is where i trust Tom Coughlin.

  16. Art of the crowd says:
    July 13, 2018 at 12:06 pm
    tylawspick6 says:
    July 13, 2018 at 11:24 am
    INteresting. Expect a regression this year for Jax. People just assume they have another gear, and the odds are against that from happening. especially with this guy at QB.

    A big reason why they lost to NE is because his style of play maxed itself out by halftime. They ran a lot of plays, ran the ball well early, but it was all predicated on running the ball.

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    I would have to disagree, I think Jax has done just the right touches to make themselves stronger this coming year and I expect to see them right back at it. The reason they lost was because Belichick is a genius at adjustments so they started out having success, but then after the adjustments that got shut off. In the second half they did find some things that worked but Belichick kept tweaking so staying within reach was the best they could do. Meanwhile Brady did have their D figured out so by the second half so he is coming from behind and surging ahead. Just the same it was still close and the Jags almost retook the lead near the end on what was a beautiful spot on throw by Bortles except Gilmore earned his entire year’s salary on one play when he did that diving swat to break it up.

    Jax learned a lot that game and will be a tougher challenge this year. I still think the Pats are better and like their chances to play in the SB but I also think its much more likely its Jax that tney have to play in the AFCCS. The big difference this year will be that rather than being a suprise seeing them get that far their improvements have made them a more solid chance to get by Pittsburgh and the rest. Last year it was unexpected, this year it will not be.

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    Houston and Tenn in particular in their division will be more of an issue for Jax this year than it was last year.

    We see it differently. I think some teams get lucky, and back into a playoff spot, like Buffalo for example, or even Tenn last year, due to a weaker division overall.

    Injuries are an absolute enormous factor and Jax didn’t really have any last year, key one’s anyway.

    The odds of being perfectly healthy two years in a row, are a longshot.

    If you’re expecting Bortles to put it another gear out of the woodwork. He’s been a QB for 4 years and has needed a top notch run game to be competitive. That won’t get you all that far up aginst the elite QBs.

  17. This guy constantly uses the injury excuse. I agree with the above poster, he needs to get a job and get out of the house and get off the welfare train. It’s a sad life when all you have is trolling Internet articles.

  18. tylawspick6 says:
    July 13, 2018 at 12:15 pm

    Houston and Tenn in particular in their division will be more of an issue for Jax this year than it was last year.

    We see it differently. I think some teams get lucky, and back into a playoff spot, like Buffalo for example, or even Tenn last year, due to a weaker division overall.

    Injuries are an absolute enormous factor and Jax didn’t really have any last year, key one’s anyway.

    The odds of being perfectly healthy two years in a row, are a longshot.

    If you’re expecting Bortles to put it another gear out of the woodwork. He’s been a QB for 4 years and has needed a top notch run game to be competitive. That won’t get you all that far up aginst the elite QBs.

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    Ill agree that Houston and TN are stronger this year. I put them on the list with Jacksonville of teams that threaten Pittsburgh who I think is slipping back down in the pack. Houston and TN argubly could surpass Pittsburgh as threats to Jax, but I still think Jax is the strongest of the pack. Just the same, I believe we are only debating who might finish as runner up to the Pats for the AFC. I still cant see the Pats not winning it.

    As far as injuries, I dont factor those into my preseason wild guessing. They can happen any time to any team and can completely change everything. So if they do, they do. But until they happen I do my estimates based on the fact they haven’t.

  19. Blake Bum is the worst QB in his division. I don’t see the Jaguars winning their division if all other 3 QBs in the division stay healthy. The Jaguars will regret passing on Lamar Jackson in the draft.

  20. Leave the dude alone, he is trying his best & people continue to rip him, he seems like a good guy in interviews & i hope he wins a Super Bowl to shut everyone up.

  21. Everyone seems to not realize this offense was better with the ball in Bortles hands vs out of it. The 3 games without Fournette the offense scored more points, gained more yards, and even had a better ypc by lesser talent. The coaches were so scared of Bortles they were predictable and often the team won this past year despite the coaches.

    This is also a team who lost their #1 and #2 WRs and had no real weapon at TE. The team was 5th in drops even though they were 21st in pass attempts. Bortles is above average with no good weapons around him. Imagine if he had a true #1 there instead of a Marqise Lee.

  22. kevjamm says:
    July 13, 2018 at 11:27 am
    at tylawspick6:

    What QB would you have picked up in the off season to replace BB?
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    Colin Kaepernick

  23. I’ve said it once. I shall say it again. I believe in Blake Bortles. I believe the Jaguars will win the AFC although this Dareus news is a bit disturbing.

  24. Rhunder says:
    July 13, 2018 at 1:17 pm
    Everyone seems to not realize this offense was better with the ball in Bortles hands vs out of it. The 3 games without Fournette the offense scored more points, gained more yards, and even had a better ypc by lesser talent. The coaches were so scared of Bortles they were predictable and often the team won this past year despite the coaches.

    This is also a team who lost their #1 and #2 WRs and had no real weapon at TE. The team was 5th in drops even though they were 21st in pass attempts. Bortles is above average with no good weapons around him. Imagine if he had a true #1 there instead of a Marqise Lee.

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    Thank you.

  25. youngnoizecom says:

    July 13, 2018 at 11:29 am

    Delusional Pats fan. The only reason the Jaguars didn’t win the AFC Championship Game is that they refused to alter coverages in the second half. They had you where they wanted you but were playing not to lose.

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    The only reason the Jaguars lost is because the refs ruled Myles Jack down when he clearly wasn’t.

  26. williamshatnerstoupee says:
    July 13, 2018 at 12:20 pm
    This guy constantly uses the injury excuse. I agree with the above poster, he needs to get a job and get out of the house and get off the welfare train. It’s a sad life when all you have is trolling Internet articles.

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    Your insecurity is beautiful. It’s not an “excuse”. It’s part of the sport.

    I adjust my expectations of winning a SB when I see Pro Bowl players go down. It’s just that simple.

    And, it’s a fact, that it’s hard to keep very healthy from year to year in this league. The pattern is there.

    NE was decimated by injuries in 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2017. They made it to the conf title game by miracles and went to SBs in 2011 and 2017, but lost, because it was just too much to overcome.

    These are facts.

    Health is a massive element in winning a SB. That and some luck as well.

    You wouldn’t know that, though but those of us who follow our team closely and have had successes, see this.

  27. protozoa5 says:
    July 13, 2018 at 3:18 pm
    youngnoizecom says:

    July 13, 2018 at 11:29 am

    Delusional Pats fan. The only reason the Jaguars didn’t win the AFC Championship Game is that they refused to alter coverages in the second half. They had you where they wanted you but were playing not to lose.

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    The only reason the Jaguars lost is because the refs ruled Myles Jack down when he clearly wasn’t.

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    And, Dion Lewis never fumbled, clearly shown on the replay. You cheaters and your arrogance are just absolutely amazing.

    You only see what you want to see, even when wanting Goodell’s zebras to blatantly try to cheat my team on national tv.

  28. Only reason why Jags didn’t reach the Superbowl was the refs helping out the Pats in there own building … point blank period … That’s why Karma came back to bite the pats in the butt when the Eagles took them out. Karma is a you know what and it does come back to you eventually. That being said … Bortles is good enough now that he has improved to lead the Jags potentially to the Superbowl … Go Jags !!!

  29. 09domer says:
    July 13, 2018 at 3:37 pm
    A patriots fan calling anyone a cheater is laughable

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    Umm, no it’s not. Goodell is a liar and a cheat and this all started in 2006 when he took over.

    Pats have never cheated. Goodell has lied. Do not make me post the Cowher interview again or the fact that Brady was exonertaed in a federal court after taking the stand and we saw 56 proveable lies in the Wells Report, not to mention how badly the Pats own report contradicted the cheating Goodell and Ted Wells.

    Goodell goes into a federal court and waves Article 46 like Neville Chamberlain waving his piddly contract with Hitler in 1938, and you dopes still choose to believe Goodell over the facts and truth.

    I can name a half dozen calls (if not more) in regular season games that affected seeding where calls were completely made up on the spot to give the opponent the win and it happened right into the SB last year on the bogus Clement TD and the illegal formation that was allowed to help Philly execute another TD.

    We all know Goodell lies and frames at this point to achieve what the general desired result is by the cheating ovwners who know that the Pats success slows NFL growth and revenue.

    So, yes, by you people enabling this cheating ways, that makes you, too, a cheater.

    Riveron didn’t get the memo until the Supwer Bowl in that he would need to cheat the Pats. There as no way Goodell wanted to hand over another Lombardi, and even lying and changing a rule during the game to help Philly, wasn’t going to stop Goodell. So, Goodell is the cheater.

    Very, very obvious at this point as ratings continue to drop.

  30. Got it, every team should have traded for Jimmy G. But if Bill Belichick never loses a trade, and trading for Jimmy G is a winning move, then does a trade for Jimmy G cause a warp in the time space continuum?

    Let’s get out of fantasyland and return to the cold, stark reality that if that Patriots CB Gilmore doesn’t make a terrific play in the 4th quarter of the AFC Championship, then the Patriots lose to the Jaguars at home at Gillette, to Blake Bortles. Bortles makes $10-12 million less a year than Jimmy G, which is pretty important to a team that has spent massively to upgrade its defense. Why pay Jimmy G $30 million a year (first two years of his deal pay $60m) when you can pay Blake $18m and spend the remaining dough on other parts of the team?

    The Jags went 4-0 against the Colts and the Texans last year. While the Colts will be better with Luck, the Colts’ offensive line still stinks, and they can’t smoke and mirrors their way past the Jags. The Texans likewise will be better, but again, their offensive line has huge question marks too, and the Jags’ defense is arguably better than the Texans.

    So I think the Jags return to the playoffs again. And for the record, beer drinking Blake Bortles sounds like a pretty cool guy. He certainly sounds a lot more down to earth than the 43 year old in NE who keeps insisting that everyone use his trainer, despite sketchy drug test results.

  31. Babe: The resident Patriots troll says:
    July 13, 2018 at 3:51 pm
    Got it, every team should have traded for Jimmy G. But if Bill Belichick never loses a trade, and trading for Jimmy G is a winning move, then does a trade for Jimmy G cause a warp in the time space continuum?

    Let’s get out of fantasyland and return to the cold, stark reality that if that Patriots CB Gilmore doesn’t make a terrific play in the 4th quarter of the AFC Championship, then the Patriots lose to the Jaguars at home at Gillette, to Blake Bortles. Bortles makes $10-12 million less a year than Jimmy G, which is pretty important to a team that has spent massively to upgrade its defense. Why pay Jimmy G $30 million a year (first two years of his deal pay $60m) when you can pay Blake $18m and spend the remaining dough on other parts of the team?

    The Jags went 4-0 against the Colts and the Texans last year. While the Colts will be better with Luck, the Colts’ offensive line still stinks, and they can’t smoke and mirrors their way past the Jags. The Texans likewise will be better, but again, their offensive line has huge question marks too, and the Jags’ defense is arguably better than the Texans.

    So I think the Jags return to the playoffs again. And for the record, beer drinking Blake Bortles sounds like a pretty cool guy. He certainly sounds a lot more down to earth than the 43 year old in NE who keeps insisting that everyone use his trainer, despite sketchy drug test results.

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    LMAO

    Yes, Edelman, Hightower, Cannon (2nd best run blocking Tackle in the NFL), a stolen 1st rd draft pick by cheating Goodell, no Malcom Mitchell, all crirtcal components to the SB 51 victory the year earlier, had no effect in making it appear that Jax was ready to beat NE.

    I won’t list all the other key injuries last year with players in complementary, smaller roles who helped win SB 51, but you get the point. Or, maybe you don’t with the bad reading comprehension.

    And, I am sure not going to quibble over the powerhouse balance of the powerhouse AFC South cupcake division either. Pretty sad when the Mickey Mouse Colts were at the top of that division the last 5 years.

    I repeat and a big hint: Don’t expect the Pats to have health issues 2 years in a row. No team really does, at least well run ones.

  32. tylawspick6 says:

    And, I am sure not going to quibble over the powerhouse balance of the powerhouse AFC South cupcake division either. Pretty sad when the Mickey Mouse Colts were at the top of that division the last 5 years.
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    Well that officially makes all of your long and drawn out responses irrelevant. If the AFC South is cupcake what does that make the AFC East. You might want to stop being a Pats fanboy and learn your own division before speaking on others there buddy. Nice try though

  33. @tylawspick 6
    Bro change your name to waste management with all these trash comments you got and find something else better to do with you time than waiting for someone to reply about your comments you’re just mad because the Brady era is about to end and the jags era is just beginning!!!! #DUVAL!!!

  34. nationalmediacansuckit says:
    July 13, 2018 at 4:21 pm
    tylawspick6 says:

    And, I am sure not going to quibble over the powerhouse balance of the powerhouse AFC South cupcake division either. Pretty sad when the Mickey Mouse Colts were at the top of that division the last 5 years.
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    Well that officially makes all of your long and drawn out responses irrelevant. If the AFC South is cupcake what does that make the AFC East. You might want to stop being a Pats fanboy and learn your own division before speaking on others there buddy. Nice try though

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    The AFC south has multiple expansion teams that have done nothing for years and years, and Jax has been drafting in the top 10 for over a decade now.

    There is no way the AFC South is better than the AFCE. It’s a cupcake, finesse, dome based division.

    It’s certainly improved in the last year, sure. But, no one is taking any of those pretender teams seriously.

  35. Babe: The resident Patriots troll says:
    July 13, 2018 at 3:51 pm
    Got it, every team should have traded for Jimmy G. But if Bill Belichick never loses a trade, and trading for Jimmy G is a winning move, then does a trade for Jimmy G cause a warp in the time space continuum?

    Let’s get out of fantasyland and return to the cold, stark reality that if that Patriots CB Gilmore doesn’t make a terrific play in the 4th quarter of the AFC Championship, then the Patriots lose to the Jaguars at home at Gillette, to Blake Bortles. Bortles makes $10-12 million less a year than Jimmy G, which is pretty important to a team that has spent massively to upgrade its defense. Why pay Jimmy G $30 million a year (first two years of his deal pay $60m) when you can pay Blake $18m and spend the remaining dough on other parts of the team?

    The Jags went 4-0 against the Colts and the Texans last year. While the Colts will be better with Luck, the Colts’ offensive line still stinks, and they can’t smoke and mirrors their way past the Jags. The Texans likewise will be better, but again, their offensive line has huge question marks too, and the Jags’ defense is arguably better than the Texans.

    So I think the Jags return to the playoffs again. And for the record, beer drinking Blake Bortles sounds like a pretty cool guy. He certainly sounds a lot more down to earth than the 43 year old in NE who keeps insisting that everyone use his trainer, despite sketchy drug test results.

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    Here are the moron franchises who should have at least being competing for JimmyG:

    1. Chicago
    2. Arizona
    3. Washington
    4. NYGs

    There are other teams who could have been involved, but mainly the NFC teams in need should have been in in on it with SF, yes.

    Keim must have been drunk this entire time, eh?

  36. Ty Law’s Pick 6 is a dummy. Jacksonville and Tennessee don’t play in domes and Houston plays in a stadium with a retractable roof as does Indianapolis. How embarrassing for him.

  37. The guy is a friendless social misfit and this is the only way he can get people to pay attention to him.

  38. TTs’ O with m’boyz Marcus (Mariota) and T-wan (Taylor Lewan) & Co. still better than Jags’ Fournette and whoever else plays on their O (not to mention Bortles, himself lol)

  39. nationalmediacansuckit says:
    July 13, 2018 at 4:21 pm

    tylawspick6 says:
    …AFC South cupcake division…
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    Well that officially makes all of your long and drawn out responses irrelevant. If the AFC South is cupcake what does that make the AFC East. You might want to stop being a Pats fanboy and learn your own division before speaking on others there buddy. Nice try though
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    Actually, nationalmediacansuckit, the Brady-Pats record against 5 divisions – the AFCS (24-5), AFCN (25-5), NFCE (13-3), NFCS (12-4), NFCN (14-2) – are all better than their 76-20 AFCE record. Only the two western divisions are tougher for him/them and even then its about a 2:1 win rate. So for Brady, most divisions are notably softer than the AFCE, including yours.
    The more you know!

  40. Moron franchises who should apparently trade for Jimmy G in 2019:
    1) Patriots, after Tommy Steroids retires. Boy, they sure are up a creek with the league’s second worst defense! Could probably have used Chandler Jones and his league leading sacks last year, considering all the whining some have done about “injuries” lol. Karma is coming soon!

  41. TY Laws Pick makes us mass natives and new England natives look STUPID. There was definitely a WOOF call on Ramsey chasing Cooks down the sideline to get us back in the game. You could also argue files not lining up was an illegal procedure. Either way, congrats to the eagles and fellow Bostonian Jeffrey Laurie on FINALLY getting a championship back to Philadelphia football fans!

  42. Trent Dilfer V2.0. Never will be Brady or Manning…but can you win a Super Bowl with him? Sure why not.

  43. bradjames33160 says:
    July 13, 2018 at 4:46 pm
    Ty Law’s Pick 6 is a dummy. Jacksonville and Tennessee don’t play in domes and Houston plays in a stadium with a retractable roof as does Indianapolis. How embarrassing for him.

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    umm, indy and houston routinely close the roof

    how embarrassing for you

    cupcake expansion based division with zero history and tradition with finesse football

    just facts

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