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Matthew Wright is the AFC special teams player of the week

After 20 consecutive losses, the Jaguars badly needed a win over the Dolphins in London. Kicker Matthew Wright came through with a game-winning 53-yard field goal as time expired and he’s been named AFC special teams player of the week for his performance. Kicking in his third game for the Jaguars, Wright hit field goals [more]

Jaguars defensive lineman Dawuane Smoot delivers his own daughter

The Jaguars got back from London just in time. Early Tuesday, the wife of defensive lineman Dawuane Smoot went into labor. As they headed for the hospital, Aumari Smoot fell to her knees. After Dawuane caught his wife, he then delivered his daughter in his living room. Paramedics helped him with the tying of the umbilical [more]

Jaguars release Rashaad Coward

The Jaguars signed offensive lineman Rashaad Coward last week, but he won’t be sticking around Jacksonville for very long. Jacksonville announced on Tuesday that the club has released Coward. Coward was inactive for Jacksonville’s victory over Miami in London. The offensive lineman played 16 games for Chicago with five starts last year. He also spent [more]

Jaguars release Josh Lambo

Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer said on Monday that Matthew Wright had earned the team’s kicking job and that suggested Josh Lambo‘s time with the team was coming to an end. The Jaguars officially dropped the axe on Tuesday morning. The team announced that Lambo has been released. Lambo signed with the Jaguars in October [more]

Urban Meyer says Matthew Wright’s earned Jaguars kicking job

The Jaguars turned to kicker Matthew Wright twice in the final minutes of the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game for field goals of more than 50 yards and Wright delivered both times. The first kick took a ridiculous curve to sneak inside the upright and tie the Dolphins while the second was a surer shot [more]

Dolphins slump to fifth straight loss, face next game with no post-London bye

In hindsight, it may have been very wise for the Dolphins to not request the traditional post-London bye following their game against the Jaguars. With six days until the next game, coach Brian Flores doesn’t have to worry about possibly getting the Joe Philbin treatment from owner Stephen Ross. In year three of the Flores [more]

Matthew Wright thought he missed game-tying field goal in London

The Jaguars pulled out their first win of the season on Sunday when Matthew Wright made a pair of field goals in the final four minutes of their game against the Dolphins in London. Wright’s first field goal from 54 yards out made for a memorable call by CBS announcer Kevin Harlan. Harlan said “nope” [more]

Brian Flores: I’m not doing a good enough job

Dolphins head coach Brian Flores is getting used to addressing the media after losses and he got another chance to do it in London on Sunday. The Dolphins led the Jaguars by 10 points in the second quarter, fell behind, and moved back into the lead in the fourth quarter before the Jaguars were able [more]

After Dolphins’ timeout, Jaguars pivoted from Hail Mary to set up game-winning FG

With five seconds left in London and Jacksonville facing fourth and eight from the Miami 44, the Jaguars planned to throw the ball to the end zone, in the hopes of breaking a 20-20 tie. Thanks to a Miami timeout, the Jaguars changed their minds. Jacksonville quarterback Trevor Lawrence explained to PFT by phone from [more]

Jaguars snap losing streak with win over Dolphins in London

Two of the worst teams in the NFL played an ugly game in London today. In the end, the Jaguars came out on top. The Jaguars won 23-20 on a last-second field goal, snapping their 20-game losing streak, which had been the second-longest in NFL history. It was not a well-played or well-coached game, but [more]

Bad call on personal foul sets up Jaguars touchdown

The Jaguars have taken the lead in London, thanks to a bad call on a personal foul against the Dolphins. The personal foul went against Dolphins safety Jevon Holland, who made a nice play to break up a pass to Dolphins tight end Dan Arnold but was flagged because their helmets made incidental contact in [more]

Trevor Lawrence TD pass brings Jaguars within three points at halftime

It took them almost a full half of football, but the Jaguars’ offense finally did something today in London. With just 40 seconds remaining in the first half, Trevor Lawrence hit Marvin Jones in the end zone for a 28-yard touchdown that made the score Dolphins 13, Jaguars 10 at halftime. Prior to that touchdown [more]

Dolphins easily march down field on first drive in London

Tua Tagovailoa is back, and he’s fortunate to be playing the NFL’s worst pass defense. The Jaguars’ defense provided little resistance to the Dolphins’ offense on the opening drive of today’s early game in London, and the result was a 13-play drive that ended with a touchdown pass from Tagovailoa to Jaylen Waddle. Overall, Tagovailoa [more]

Tua Tagovailoa officially active; Preston Williams, Byron Jones out in London

Tua Tagovailoa will be back at quarterback for the Dolphins on Sunday. Tagovailoa was activated from injured reserve on Saturday after missing three games with injured ribs. He was listed as questionable after that roster move, but is not on the inactive list for the matchup with the Jaguars in London. Cornerback Byron Jones, tight [more]

Tua Tagovailoa activated, questionable for Sunday

Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has officially been called up from injured reserve to the active roster and appears set to start on Sunday against the Jaguars in London. Officially, Tagovailoa is questionable with a rib injury, but from all indications he’s feeling good and ready to start on Sunday for the early kickoff. Jacoby Brissett, [more]

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