With organized team activities underway throughout the NFL, Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston have not helped galvanized their respect teams, but also their divisions as well. Thanks to the aforementioned Winston being selected number one overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 2015 NFL Draft, he joins a wide-open division that features the likes of a Super Bowl champion in Drew Brees in New Orleans, one of the top
With week three of the NFL in the books, here are the inaugural InscriberMag’s NFL Power Rankings. 1. Cincinnati Bengals (3-0): Thanks to a 33-7 thrashing of the Tennessee Titans, the Bengals solidified their spot as top cat. Capable game-managing quarterback in Andy Dalton, dynamic offense in A.J. Green, Giovanni Bernard, Mohamed Sanu and a fierce pass rush. Cincinnati is clicking on all cylinders. 2. Philadelphia Eagles (3-0): With
(September 13, 2014 - Source: Jamie Sabau/Getty Images North America) With week two of the NFL season in the books, here is the InscriberMag’s NFC South Roundup. Thanks to Last-Second 29-Yard FG From Billy Cundiff, Browns Shock Saints, 26-24: Thanks to a 29-yard field goal from Billy Cundiff in the final second, the New Orleans Saints (0-2) lost their second straight game in the final moments, 26-24 to
(September 13, 2014 - Source: Brian Bahr/Getty Images North America) With week two of the NFL season in the books, here is the InscriberMag’s AFC South Week One Roundup. Texans DE J.J. Watt Catches TD in Texans 30-14 Win Over Raiders: Thanks to a one-yard touchdown reception from defensive end, J.J. Watt and 138 yards rushing from Arian Foster, the Houston Texans (2-0) defeated the Oakland Raiders (0-2) Sunday.
When: Sunday, September 14, 1:00 PM on CBS Where: FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland Where The Story Picks Up: The last time the Washington Redskins (0-1) faced the Jacksonville Jaguars (0-1) was four years ago. With Rex Grossman at the helm, they beat the Jaguars in overtime 20-17. Grossman threw for 182 yards, running back Ryan Torrain ran for 65 yards, and wide receiver Santana Moss was the top receiver
With week one of the NFL season in the books, here is the InscriberMag’s AFC South Week One Roundup. Broncos Outlast Colts, 31-24: Thanks to three touchdowns from Peyton Manning, the Denver Broncos(1-0) held off the Indianapolis Colts(0-1), 31-24 Sunday. Down 24-7 at halftime, the Colts scored 17 second-half points thanks to Colts quarterback Andrew Luck’s two touchdowns and 370 yards passing. Texans Beat Redskins, 17-6, No.1
Unlike their NFC counterpart, the AFC South is not as unpredictable as recent history has had two teams, the Indianapolis Colts with Peyton Manning and the Houston Texans with Matt Schaub battle for division supremacy. With both Manning and Schaub now in the same division again—this time in the AFC West with the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders respectively—the Colts and Texans stand to once again vie for
AFC East: 1. New England Patriots 12-4- Tom Brady and company can’t be stopped on offense. 2. Buffalo Bills 7-9 - E.J. Manuel won’t go through the sophomore slump with Sammy Watkins and C.J. Spiller at his side. They still need more time to develop into a playoff contender. 3. Miami Dolphins 7-9- The Dolphins need a bit more firepower on offense to be a playoff contender. 4. New