BOR wrote:What an ending and a poor decision by the Titans.
The Titans game plan was to keep the Chargers offence off the field the whole game, their drives chewed up the clock amazingly well. Clearly they did not rate their defence at stopping the Chargers, and with the way the corners just let the receivers run past them on more than one play they were right not to. I think it is harsh to kill them for going for the win
The Jacksonville Jaguars and Philadelphia Eagles are in London getting ready to play the league's third international game of the season. But the Jaguars may find themselves shorthanded because of a reported incident on Friday night.
According to The Sun, four Jaguars players in their 20s were arrested at 4 a.m. local time Saturday morning after allegedly trying to leave the London Reign Showclub without paying their bill, which was said to be in the range of £50,000. The players were reportedly stopped by security after trying to leave and things apparently became physical. The players were released after nine hours in custody, and the club dropped their complaint after the bill was settled, according to the report.
CBS Sports NFL insider Jason La Canfora reports that the four players involved were all members of the secondary, including starting safety Barry Church.
The Jaguars addressed the situation at around 9:30 p.m ET on Saturday, saying that "any discipline will be handled internally" without confirming any details of the report other than four players being detained over an unpaid bill.
4 games confirmed for next year 1 game is bound to be the Jags
then there are 3 teams without a home Stadium, Raiders, Rams, and Chargers. I would be shocked if those are not the other 3 home teams. That said I could see the Raiders doing multiple games due to their situation, as I believe technically Vegas is not on the cards until 2020, and this is the last year for Oakland