Thanks to an unusual gift bestowed upon coach Doug Marrone, the Jaguars are full of bologna off the field.
Marrone kept his bologna log for future use in fried sandwiches on white bread topped the way he likes it, with American cheese and spicy mustard. The rest of the food was donated to local food banks.
Taylor is once again the Bills starter and Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton said Taylor presents a challenge.
“Anytime you have a quarterback who can extend plays and make plays and do the things he does it makes it really difficult because it stresses the defense,” Sutton said. “There’s the play and then there’s the play within the play. Sometimes he makes that play within the play pretty effective. A lot of times when he takes off scrambling, he scrambles more than any quarterback in our league, he’s a dangerous guy.”
The Chargers are not going to get caught in this trap, not if they know what’s good for them (they’re a game out of first place in the AFC West) or have long memories (they lost to the 0-14 Browns last season). The Chargers are the only division team playing well and reasonably smart … that is, nobody is either chain-grabbing nor getting their chains grabbed. In the Chargers’ run of five wins in seven games, Philip Rivers has 14 touchdown passes and three interceptions. In a stunning acknowledgement of the passing of an era, none of the touchdowns has gone to Antonio Gates.