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Joe Fortenbaugh joins the show to get us ready for the NFL weekend and play House Money. The guys play Take Your Pick with Week 7's QB matchups. And Jaguars DE Dawuane Smoot joins to tell us the incredible story of helping his wife deliver their baby girl at home after they couldn't make it to the hospital on time.
The Titans need to upgrade at cornerback, while the Dolphins could look to move players after a disappointing start. These trades help both sides.
What strides did Trevor Lawrence & Co. make as their rookie seasons continue?
Jaguars DE Dawuane Smoot helped his wife, Aumari, deliver the couple's second child in the living room of their Jacksonville home early Tuesday morning.
Eagles have two picks in the top 10. Giants have two in the top 11. Here's how the ESPN Football Power Index sees Round 1.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have cut kicker Josh Lambo, who has missed all three of his field goal attempts this season. Lambo signed with the Jags in 2017 and was the most accurate kicker in franchise history with a 91.6% field goal percentage.
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are feeling good after five wins in a row, while confidence is dropping in Brian Flores and the Dolphins and DK Metcalf and the Seahawks.
This year's NFL International Series was not a return but a new beginning. While previous London games usually boasted existing stars, this time they offered the future.
Urban Meyer said the intensity in the emotional Jaguars' locker room after Jacksonville snapped its 20-game losing streak was comparable to what he has experienced after winning a national title in college football.
The Ravens showed their strength against the Chargers, Derrick Henry ran all over the Bills, and the Chiefs got back on track. What to know for every Week 6 game.
What you might have missed in NFL Week 6: From Chase Young's Sean Taylor tribute to CeeDee Lamb's walk-off wave
What do Aaron Rodgers, CeeDee Lamb, Kyler Murray, Jamal Adams and a bungee-jumping mascot have in common? They all made statements in Week 6. Here's what you might have missed during an action-packed NFL Sunday.
— The Jacksonville Jaguars have a championship pedigree at coach and quarterback.
Matthew Wright made a 53-yard field goal on the final play of the game to give the Jaguars a 23-20 victory that snapped Jacksonville's 20-game skid, the NFL's second-longest losing streak ever.
The strike in the final minute of the first half to receiver Marvin Jones provides a jolt for Jacksonville.
LB Myles Jack will not accompany the team to London for Sunday's game against Miami because of a back injury.
From the Los Angeles Rams coming to the defense of Matthew Stafford's favorite target to the Houston Texans taking a firm stance on their namesake's quality of BBQ, NFL teams came through with light-hearted takes on a new social media trend.
Rookies Justin Fields and Zach Wilson got their first wins, and there are plenty of things to celebrate for the other first-year QBs.
Graziano & Fowler predict Week 6 upsets, fantasy sleepers, flops, more: Latest buzz on what they're hearing
Can the Seahawks keep afloat until Russell Wilson comes back? Will Urban Meyer be the Jags' coach all season? Our insiders weigh in for Week 6.
Cameron Heyward is playing better than ever in Pittsburgh, Cordarrelle Patterson is hitting new heights in Atlanta and Taylor Heinicke has stepped up in Washington.
Let's overreact to NFL Week 5: Are the Chiefs in trouble? Could Russell Wilson leave the Seahawks in 2022?
Kansas City is 2-3 and in last place in the AFC West. Seattle's injured quarterback could leave if the season goes sideways.
The Jaguars fell to the Titans 37-19 on Sunday for their 20th consecutive defeat, which marks the second-longest losing streak in NFL history. "You can't wrap your head around that," said RB James Robinson. "We've got to find a way to win."
Green Bay and Cincinnati traded field goal misses in a wild one, the Lions squandered a chance, and the Eagles overcame a two-score deficit. What to know for every Week 5 game.
— Derrick Henry enjoyed another happy homecoming while continuing to torment his hometown team.