2021 & Beyond: Looking at future Super Bowl host cities

With NFL free agency officially in the rearview, teams are setting their sights on the 2020 NFL Draft. As we continue through the offseason, we’re looking ahead — beyond the 2021 Super Bowl in Tampa — at the future hosts of Super Bowls in 2022 and beyond.

Future Super Bowl Host Cities

2021 — Super Bowl LV in Tampa, Florida

As everyone knows, the next Super Bowl will take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida — home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Prior to Super Bowl 55 in 2021, Raymond James Stadium has hosted two prior Super Bowls, and the city of Tampa has hosted four others overall.

2022 — Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles, California

The Super Bowl is heading back to Los Angeles! Returning for the first time since 1993 and Super Bowl XXVII, Super Bowl 56 will be played at SoFi Stadium — the brand new home of the LA Rams and Chargers, which is slated for completion in 2020.

» Also see: 2021 Super Bowl history of Tampa

2023 — Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Arizona

Super Bowl 57 is returning to Glendale, Arizona at State Farm Stadium in 2023! The city’s third time hosting the Super Bowl (and Arizona’s fourth time), the home of the Arizona Cardinals will once again be the center of the football world.

2024 — Super Bowl LVIII in New Orleans, Louisiana

The city of New Orleans will host their record 11th Super Bowl in 2024, their 8th in the famed Mercedes-Benz Superdome (previously the Louisiana Superdome). One of the most popular Super Bowl city hosts, fans will get to experience the incredible New Orleans culture on the NFL’s biggest stage.


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Road to Super Bowl 55: Offseason Storylines (March 16)

With other sports seasons suspended or canceled due to the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, the NFL’s offseason is taking center stage. We’re taking a look at the breaking news and offseason storylines from the league that never sleeps.


“The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the expected landing spot for quarterback Tom Brady, barring any unforeseen circumstances, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington.

The news comes after Brady said goodbye to the New England Patriots in a series of Instagram posts on Tuesday, ending his 20-year run with the only NFL team he has ever known.

Brady, 42, leaves New England with six Super Bowl rings and 41 playoff starts since 2001.”

Read the full story on ESPN.com

Philip Rivers joins Indianapolis Colts

“Former Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers will reportedly return for his 17th season in the NFL but with a new team for the first time in his career.

The 38-year-old will sign with the Indianapolis Colts on a one-year deal worth about $25 million, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Daniel Jeremiah of NFL Network noted, though, Rivers intends to play beyond the 2020 season.”

Read the full story at Bleacher Report

Teddy Bridgewater joins Panthers; Cam Newton to seek trade

“On the same day the Carolina Panthers gave Cam Newtonpermission to seek a trade that he says he didn’t ask for, the team agreed to give free-agent quarterback Teddy Bridgewater a three-year, $63 million deal, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Bridgewater is guaranteed $40 million in the first two seasons, a league source told ESPN’s Dan Graziano.”

Read the full story at ESPN.com

Dallas Cowboys interested in adding former Broncos, 49ers WR

“The Cowboys re-signed Amari Cooper this week, but Randall Cobb is off to Houston and that leaves them with a hole to fill in their receiving corps.

One option to fill that hole appears to be Emmanuel Sanders. Jane Slater of NFL Media reports that the team has expressed interest in Sanders and that Sanders, who went to college at SMU in Dallas, has interest in playing for the team.”

Read the full story on Yahoo! Sports



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Get ready for the ultimate tailgating experience on Super Sunday at Super Bowl 54 in Miami!

About the Tailgate:

With over 40 active players and some of the world’s biggest celebrities, Bullseye’s 2020 Players Tailgate, rated the #1 event Super Bowl weekend in Houston (2017), Minneapolis (2018) and Atlanta (2019), promises to be the biggest and best pre-game event in Miami ahead of Super Bowl 54 in 2020.

In recent years, the Players Tailgate party at the Super Bowl has earned a reputation of hosting some of the biggest celebrities in the industry, including 2016 emcee Erin Andrews, 2018 emcee Charissa Thompson, Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima, world-renowned tennis pro Caroline Wozniacki, the Zac Brown Band, professional gamer Ninja and Super Bowl champions and perennial Pro Bowl players of the past and present.

The Chefs:

Celebrity chef Guy Fieri returns once again as host to help with the creation of an exclusive VIP menu, and will be on-hand to not only provide this culinary experience of a lifetime, but to hang out and meet all VIP guests at the 2020 Players Tailgate. The most recognizable chef in America, Fieri can be seen almost every day on Food Network, featuring shows such as Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Guy’s Grocery Games, Guy’s Big Project, Guy’s Big Bite and more.

Celebrity chef Aaron May, known widely as one of the greatest event caterer’s in all of the United States, returns once again with Bullseye Event Group, to help Fieri and others create a once-in-a-lifetime menu. May, a member of the Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame, can be seen in Food Network’s Guy’s Big Bite, Guy’s Grocery Games, Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, and more.

Chefs Fieri and May headline the team of award-winning chefs, which also includes chefs Todd English, Antonia Lofasa, Richard Hales, Ken Oringer, Jamie Bissonnette, Akira Back, Operation BBQ Relief and Scot Craig.

The Menu:

Chef Guy Fieri:

Flavortown chicken guy crispy chicken tender sandwiches

Chef Aaron May:

Artisan charcuterie and cheese board

Meat District burgers, short rib, chuck and brisket on a martins potato roll

Chef Ken Orringer:

Little Donkey raw bar featuring lobster, Stone crab and caviar

Chef Danny Vargas:

Teriyaki wings with carrot slaw, ranch and blue cheese

Mango habanero wings with celery carrot, ranch and blue cheese

Chef Todd English:

Duck shawarma with cherry riata and foie gras espuma

Chef Todd English:

Crisp potato with raclette cheese

Chef Antonia Lofaso:

Meatball hero with burrata, arugula and parmesan

Chef Richard Hales:

Black Brick world famous dumpling

Chef Scot Craig:

New Orleans crawfish beignets from Nola’s staple Katies restaurant

Chef Adam Allison & Chef Jeff Krause:

Nacho and Taco Fiesta

Operation BBQ Relief:

Memphis Style slow smoked baby back ribs

Ice cream novelties and treats

The Emcee:

One of ESPN’s most popular and respected personalities, Sage Steele is currently serving as the anchor for the 6 p.m. ET SportsCenter with her co-anchor Kevin Negandhi. Steele also serves as the lead host for SportsCenter on the Road, which includes on-site, day-long and pre-event coverage for the biggest sports events of the year, including the NBA Finals, the Super Bowl, World Series, the Masters, the College Football National Championship and many more.

The DJ:

The world-renowned DJ Irie returns in 2020 for the Players Tailgate! As the first professional sports franchise DJ in the United States, DJ Irie is the official DJ of some of the most iconic brands in the world, such as Carnival Cruise Lines, the Miami Heat, Target, Mountain Dew Kickstart, Evian, Jamie Foxx and more. Founder of the Irie Foundation and Irie Weekend, DJ Irie has become one of the most established DJ’s in the industry.

The Venue:

The 2020 venue for The Players Tailgate, as always, is in a prime game day location. A glass structure will be constructed along with decking to transform 2.5 acres into a once-in-a-lifetime tailgating experience. The backdrop of the tailgate will be Hard Rock Stadium and will be a short 4 block walk to the security perimeter.

The entrance of the 2020 Players Tailgate is at Northwest 27th Avenue & 191st Street next to the 24 Hour Fitness. You do NOT need a Super Bowl Ticket to attend and all ages are welcome.

Help the Cause:

Returning for the 2020 Players Tailgate is Operation BBQ Relief. Utilizing their expertise in cooking and catering quality barbecue, Operation BBQ Relief responds to natural disasters and other situations across the United States to help feed displaced residents and emergency responders a warm meal, as well as lend a helping hand. Since they were founded in May of 2011, Operation BBQ Relief has served nearly 1.7 million meals in over 23 states and 43 communities. Most recently, Operation BBQ Relief has traveled and served thousands affected by hurricanes Harvey and Irma, as well as the California wildfires.

A portion of all Players Tailgate ticket proceeds will help fund Operation BBQ Relief’s efforts in future disasters and situations as they may arise. To learn more about Operation BBQ Relief and how you can help, visit OperationBBQRelief.org.

About Bullseye Event Group:

Bullseye Event Group works in an official capacity with multiple NFL teams, NBA Teams and Universities as the official events and travel partner, the hospitality partner or the tailgate partner. The Indianapolis Colts, New Orleans Saints, Detroit Lions, New Orleans Pelicans, Northwestern University, Indiana University and Ohio State University.

Bullseye Event Group has earned a reputation as being an industry leader in event hospitality prior to some of the biggest sporting events in the United States. Best described as “culinary events,” Bullseye’s official VIP events offer the opportunity to both see and be seen by some of the biggest names in the entertainment and sporting industries.

Bullseye Event Group offers fans VIP experiences as a secure, official source of travel, hotel, pre-game parties and game tickets. Bullseye is a direct and dependable source for tickets to the Colts VIP Tailgate presented by Hays + Sons, the Saints VIP Tailgate, the Lions VIP Tailgate, Super Bowl 54 Travel Packages, the 2020 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl 54 in Miami, Gate 6 Hospitality at The Masters and more. To learn more about Bullseye Event Group, visit BullseyeEventGroup.com or call 317-800-5820.



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Countdown to 2020 Miami: Super Bowl LI

The 2020 Super Bowl in Miami is almost here, with the Road to Super Bowl LIV making it’s way through San Francisco and Kansas City for the AFC and NFC Championship games this weekend!

Making their fourth Super Bowl appearance in five years, the New England Patriots were winners in 2017, a remarkable comeback victory against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.

A Comeback for the History Books

Despite jumping out to a 28-3 lead early, the Atlanta Falcons would fall capture to one of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s signature comebacks, with the Patriots completing the most improbably comeback in Super Bowl history, a 34-28 victory in the first ever Super Bowl overtime.

Brady would walk away with Super Bowl MVP honors once again, tossing 466 yards and two touchdowns in a game that Patriots owner Robert Kraft would call “unequivocally the sweetest” Super Bowl victory of the Patriots’ dominant dynasty.

An average of 111.3 million viewers caught Super Bowl LI on FOX, and the cost of a 30-second spot stayed at the $5 million asking price from Super Bowl 50. Lady Gaga would perform a legendary halftime show at Houston’s NRG Stadium.



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Road to Super Bowl 54: Divisional Weekend

The Road to Super Bowl 54 in Miami is officially down to eight teams, after what truly was a “wild” card weekend. A quick look at the divisional weekend matchups as we prepare to narrow the field down to the final four.

(6) Minnesota Vikings at (1) San Francisco 49ers — Saturday, January 11, 4:35 p.m. ET on NBC

“A week’s worth of discussion about, yes, running games. This game will feature two of the NFL’s six most productive rushing offenses based on yards. The Vikings are especially dependent on the presence of tailback Dalvin Cook, who has scored 10 touchdowns in their 11 victories and three in their six losses.” — Kevin Seifert, ESPN.com

(6) Tennessee Titans at (1) Baltimore Ravens — Saturday, January 11, 8:15 p.m. ET on CBS

“This game will come down to the quarterbacks… or maybe it won’t. That’s because each side boasts a fantastic rushing attack, with one coming from multiple contributors, and the other carried by one hulking pair of shoulders. History is on the side of Tennessee’s Derrick Henry, as each of the three prior postseason meetings between a team with the NFL’s leader rusher and the league’s best rushing offense have all been won by the former.” — Nick Shook, NFL.com

(4) Houston Texans at (2) Kansas City Chiefs — Sunday, January 12, 3:05 p.m. ET on CBS

“In Week 6 in Kansas City, Houston beat the Chiefs, 31-24. Carlos Hyde had a huge game for the Texans, rushing for 116 yards and a touchdown, and QB Deshaun Watson rushed for two TDs of his own. The Texans, who benefited from Buffalo QB Josh Allen’s inaccuracy in the wild-card win over the Bills, will have no such luxury against the Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes, who has a 65.9 completion percentage. Kansas City’s defense is much improved since the first meeting.

The Chiefs finished the regular season with the league’s seventh-best scoring defense, up from 24th last season. That said, the Chiefs are 29th in the league in yards per carry allowed (4.9) but are fifth best in net yards per passing attempt allowed ( 5.7). Mahomes’ numbers (4,031 yards passing, 26 TDs) weren’t as eye-popping as his 2018 MVP campaign, but he was better at protecting the ball, throwing just five interceptions. The Chiefs have held three of their past five opponents under 10 points.” — Chris Mueller, YardBarker

(5) Seattle Seahawks at (2) Green Bay Packers — Sunday, January 12, 6:40 p.m. ET on FOX

“These teams have had some legendary and meaningful matchups. In the 2003 postseason, the Packers won an overtime matchup on a pick-six. In 2012, the Seahawks won the “Fail Mary” game on Monday Night Football. In the 2014 NFC Championship Game, the Seahawks came back from a 12-point deficit to win in overtime. This time, they’ll play for the right to advance to the 2019 NFC Championship Game.” — Kevin Seifert, ESPN.com



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Countdown to 2020 Miami: Super Bowl XLIX

The 2019 NFL Playoffs are here, and in just a matter of weeks, the matchup for Super Bowl 54 in Miami will be set. One of the 2019 hopefuls, the New England Patriots, are featured in our next step on the Road to Super Bowl LIV, in Super Bowl XLIX.\

A Battle in the Desert

The New England Patriots would walk away victors of Super Bowl XLIX, a final score of 28-24. Over 70,000 people showed up for this game on February 1, 2015 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Tom Brady, quarterback for the Patriots, was the MVP of Super Bowl XLIX. He set a Super Bowl record for 37 completions on 50 attempts for 328 yards. This resulted in two touchdowns and two interceptions. This was the Seahawks second consecutive appearance at the Super Bowl. With a total number of 168 million viewers, Super Bowl XLIX also happened to be the most watched game in Super Bowl history at this point.

The halftime show was Katy Perry and included Missy Elliot and Lenny Kravitz. The game was aired on NBC’s network and the announcers of the game were Al Michaels, Chris Collinsworth, and Michele Tafoya. The Nielson ratings for this game was 49.7 on a national level.



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Road to Miami: Super Bowl 54 Playoff Picture

The 2019 NFL regular season is officially coming to an end, which means it’s almost time for the Road to Super Bowl 54 in Miami to officially begin. With all 32 teams in action for the final time in Week 17, there are still plenty of seeding question marks left to be answered. A quick look at the 2019 playoff picture heading into the final week of the regular season.


All of the AFC’s divisional winners are officially set on the road to Super Bowl 54, but the final wild card spot is still up for grabs — with the Tennessee Titans, Oakland Raiders and Pittsburgh Steelers all still in the hunt.

Tennessee can clinch a playoff berth with:

1.) TEN win OR
2.) TEN tie + PIT loss or tie OR
3.) PIT loss + IND loss or tie

Oakland can clinch a playoff berth with:

1.) OAK win + PIT loss + TEN loss + IND win + OAK clinches strength-of-victory tiebreaker over PIT*
*OAK can clinch strength-of-victory tiebreaker over PIT if ONE of the following teams win or tie: CHI, DET, LAC OR NE

Pittsburgh can clinch a playoff berth with:

1.) PIT win + TEN loss or tie OR
2.) PIT tie + TEN loss OR
3.) TEN loss + IND win + OAK loss or tie OR
4.) TEN loss + IND win + PIT ties OAK in strength-of-victory tiebreaker*
*PIT can tie OAK in strength-of-victory tiebreaker if ALL of the following teams win: MIN, GB, KC AND MIA


All of the NFC’s playoff spots have been solidified, with, like the AFC, the seeding left in play for Week 17. The final dominoes, however, are the NFC East and West.

The Philadelphia Eagles control their own destiny — win on Sunday against the Giants, and they’re secured on the path to the Super Bowl. However, a loss opens the door for the rival Dallas Cowboys, who can secure the final playoff spot with a win and a Philadelphia loss.

There are also a handful of teams still in the hunt for a first-round bye, including the Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints and San Francisco 49ers.

Green Bay can clinch a first-round bye with:

1.) GB win OR
2.) NO loss OR
3.) GB tie + SF loss OR
4.) GB tie + NO tie

New Orleans can clinch a first-round bye with:

1.) NO win + GB loss or tie OR
2.) NO win + SF loss or tie OR
3.) NO tie + GB loss OR
4.) NO tie + SF loss OR
5.) SF loss + GB win or tie

San Francisco can clinch a first-round bye with:

1.) SF win OR
2.) SF tie + GB loss or tie OR
3.) SF tie + NO loss or tie

To see more of the Week 17 playoff scenarios, visit CBSSports.com.



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Countdown to 2020 Miami: Super Bowl XIX

For the first time in Super Bowl history, an essential home-game for one team as the Road to 2020 Super Bowl 54 in Miami continues with Super Bowl XIX between the NFC-champion San Francisco 49ers and AFC-champion Miami Dolphins.

Montana vs. Marino

Played at Stanford Stadium in Stanford, California in 1985, Super Bowl XIX between the 49ers and Dolphins was an essential home game for San Francisco, as nearly 85,000 fans strong would pack the stands. In dominating fashion, the 49ers would capture yet another title, defeating the Dolphins 38-16.

Leading up to Super Bowl XIX, the hype surrounded mainly two players; the quarterbacks. What would go on to be two Hall of Famers going head-to-head, the 49ers’ Joe Montana would face off against the Dolphins’ Dan Marino, the first time facing one another in the big game. Each would throw for more than 300 yards, but it was Montana would go on to get the best of Marino.

Super Bowl XIX was the first time the big game was broadcast on ABC, and President Ronald Reagan became the first sitting president to participate in pre-game ceremonies, conducting the coin toss, which would take part in a televised event directly from the White House. The cost for a commercial during Super Bowl XIX sharply increased to a whopping $525,000 for 30 seconds of air time, with more than 85.53 million viewers watching the big game.



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Countdown to 2020 Miami: Super Bowl I

With all 32 NFL teams just weeks away from reporting for training camp, the 2019 NFL season is just around the corner. And it’s never too early to begin counting down to Super Bowl LIV in sunny Miami, Florida, right? We being with a look back at the game that began it all — Super Bowl I.

The Very First Super Bowl

Played between on the Kansas City Chiefs and Green Bay Packers on January 15, 1976, Super Bowl I officially kicked off the annual championship game at none other than the L.A. Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California. Nearly 62,000 fans were in attendance for the first ever Super Bowl, the same city that will play host to Super Bowl LVI in 2022.

An exciting game, the Chiefs would jump out to a quick lead and take control of the game in the early going. However, in the second half, things would pull a little more even thanks to a 50-yard interception return for touchdown by Packers defensive back Willie Wood, and a unforgettable performance by Packers quarterback Bart Starr.

Starr would go on to be named Super Bowl I MVP, and eventually lead the Packers to a 35-10 victory, throwing for two touchdowns and completing 16 of his 23 passing attempts.

An interesting note about the very first Super Bowl is that it was broadcast nationally by two networks simultaneously, being shown on both NBC and CBS in 1967. There was no flashy halftime performer or performance, but rather fans were entertained at halftime by a mix of various college bands and musicians from the universities of both Arizona and Michigan.



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2019 Indianapolis Colts Schedule Preview: Weeks 11-16

The 2019 NFL season schedule is officially set, with each team knowing the road that they face if they want to contend for Super Bowl 54 in Miami. A closer look at the season schedule for the 2019 Indianapolis Colts squad.

Week 11: vs. Jacksonville Jaguars | Nov. 17, 1:00 p.m. ET on CBS

One of the “first to worst” stories of the 2018 season, the defending 2017 AFC South champion and AFC Championship runner-up Jacksonville Jaguars finished at the bottom of the division in 2018 at 5-11.

The addition of Super Bowl LII MVP quarterback Nick Foles this offseason brings hope to a Jacksonville franchise starved for decent quarterbacking play in recent years. This is the first of two matchups against the division-rival Jaguars in the final six weeks of the season.
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Week 12: @ Houston Texans | (THURS) Nov. 21, 8:20 p.m. ET on FOX

The defending AFC South champions in 2018 (11-5), the division rival Houston Texans host the Colts in Week 12 for the second of two matchups against the Colts in 2019, in what is also a rematch of the 2018 NFL Wild Card matchup.

A relatively quiet offseason for the Texans, aside from franchise-tagging defensive pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney and signing of safety Tashaun Gipson from Jacksonville, the Texans hope the continued health of quarterback Deshaun Watson and the return of wide receiver Will Fuller will help them take that next step.

Week 13: vs. Tennessee Titans | Dec. 1, 1:00 p.m. ET on CBS

After a 9-7 campaign in 2018 that saw the team missing the playoffs, the Tennessee Titans will travel to Lucas Oil Stadium to face the Colts in Week 13, the second of the team’s two matchups this season. The Titans return their core, with their most notable offseason acquisitions being a trade for former Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who will presumably play backup to Marcus Mariota, and the signing of defensive edge Cameron Wake, among others.
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Week 14: @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Dec. 8, 1:00 p.m. ET on CBS

A new era of Buccaneers football as former Arizona Cardinals head coach (and one-time Colts interim HC) Bruce Arians is now at the helm of the team that finished the 2018 season at 5-11, dead last in the NFC South.

Quarterback Jameis Winston returns following a tumultuous season in 2018, with new additions on the defensive front in defensive tackle Ndamukong Such and first-round draft pick Devin White (LB, LSU). Arians, known for getting the most of his teams, will be looking to turn this Tampa Bay squad around and give the franchise a new, meaningful direction.


Week 15: @ New Orleans Saints | (MON) Dec. 16, 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN

Arguably one of the best matchups of the 2019 NFL season, the Colts will travel to the historic Mercedes-Benz Superdome to face one of the most prolific offenses in the NFL in the New Orleans Saints.

Finishing at 13-3 and runners-up in the NFC, just one play from reaching the Super Bowl in 2019, the Saints roster remains largely in-tact from last season. Key departures of players like running back Mark Ingram are softened by keeping key playmakers like Alvin Kamara around, who will now see the lion share of the carries.


Week 16: vs. Carolina Panthers | Dec. 22, 1:00 p.m. ET on FOX

A disappointing 7-9 campaign for the Carolina Panthers in 2018, the Colts will face a franchise on the cusp of deciding between an overhaul and continuing with their core group in Week 16.

Quarterback Cam Newton, coming off an offseason shoulder injury and supplemental questions regarding his ability to play in 2019, returns to the team, with a roster that remains largely untouched in the 2019 offseason. The departure of wide receiver Devin Funchess (now on the Colts roster) leaves the team without any real receiving threats aside from signing New England’s Chris Hogan, however the acquisitions of rookie defensive edge Brian Burns and pass rusher Bruce Irvin will look to give the Colts offensive line fits.
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Week 17: @ Jacksonville Jaguars | Dec. 29, 1:00 p.m. ET on CBS

One of the “first to worst” stories of the 2018 season, the defending 2017 AFC South champion and AFC Championship runner-up Jacksonville Jaguars finished at the bottom of the division in 2018 at 5-11.

The addition of Super Bowl LII MVP quarterback Nick Foles this offseason brings hope to a Jacksonville franchise starved for decent quarterbacking play in recent years. This is the second of two matchups against the division-rival Jaguars in the final six weeks of the season.



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