The Best of The Triple Threat 07-15-2016The Best of The Triple Threat, from Friday 07-15-2016
Jacksonville Jaguars RB Denard Robinson Found Asleep In Car Sinking In PondRobinson was found by police asleep and had to be woken multiple times by police before he would exit the vehicle. The Florida Times Union reports that authorities determined Robinson, 25, was not impaired ashoul should not face a DUI charge.
Triple Threat - Would Ted Johnson Ever Sell His No. 52?Rich & Ted talk about Jalen Ramsey trying to buy the No. 23 from a Jaguars teammate. Would Ted ever sell his No. 52? The answer was emphatic.
Allen Hurns: Jags Have Something Special GrowingNick Wright and John Lopez sit down with Jacksonville Jaguars WR Allen Hurns at Radio Row SB50.
Hopkins Hints At Texans Super Bowl Run For TexansCan Houston make a run to Santa Clara?
O'Brien Excited About Making The PlayoffsSunday afternoon at NRG Stadium, the Texans capped a 7-2 finish by beating the Jacksonville Jaguars 30-6, winning the AFC South crown
Only Jacksonville Now Stands In The Way Of Texans Division Title HopesIt's pretty simple for the Houston Texans this weekend: They need to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars at home to clinch the AFC South Division title and a playoff berth in the NFL postseason. If the Texans lose, they might still make the playoffs, but they don't want to leave their destiny to chance.
Hoyer Officially Clears Concussion Protocol, Will Start Sunday Vs. JagsBrian Hoyer will return Sunday after clearing the final stage of concussion protocol before Wednesday's practice. But will he be in sync with the offense and play aggressively after a pair of head injuries?
With Division Title In Sight, Texans Cannot Let Up NowThe 2015 Houston Texans are right where they wanted to be in Week 16, in first place with a clear path to the AFC South Division title.
TNF Fantasy Starters: Titans Vs. Jaguars - Who To Play, Who To PassThe Jaguars, sitting at 3-6, are just one game behind the division lead and the Titans, at 2-7 on the year, are somehow only two games out. Thursday Night Football features these underachieving division rivals with surprising playoff implications for both teams.
Titans And Jaguars Limp Into Thursday Night Football MatchupThe Jacksonville Jaguars are playing better than they have in years, but still have a losing record. The Tennessee Titans have their quarterback of the future in place, but their losing ways resulted in the firing of their head coach.
Hammond: No, Benching Hoyer After First Game Wasn't A Mistake

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