Jags will play back-to-back games in london.
The Jacksonville Jaguars announced on Tuesday that they will be the first team in NFL history to play two games, back-to-back outside of the United States. Their home for two weeks? Wembley Stadium.
This sounds fun, I guess, it looks great for the whole ~international~ thing the NFL has been going for lately. Only one problem: Jaguars fans, specifically season ticket holders are pretty much cheated out of two home games. Fans are getting discounts on their tickets, but still -- the experience (AKA the tailgate) is such a Sunday tradition in Jacksonville, that I wouldn't blame fans if they didn't renew.
Not to mention the rumors of moving entirely that will be sparked on this news, but I'm not getting into that right now.
in more jags news -- trent baalke!
Tuesday was official Jaguars News Day. The Jacksonville Jaguars hired former San Francisco 49ers general manager Trent Baalke, for some reason.
If the former news wasn't enough for fans to not renew their season tickets, this will for sure be it.
the lombardi luge is my new favorite thing.
Kansas City Chiefs tight end and brand-new Super Bowl Champion Travis Kelce took drinking out of the Stanley Cup to a new level = drinking off of the Lombardi Trophy.
First of all, I'm having a hard time believing that this is the first time anyone has done this. Second of all, I have added this to the top of my bucket list.