19 Results / Page 1 of 3


Hays Carlyon's Jaguars Blog

Mia’s Mock Draft Monday 2.0

Mia O’Brien’s Mock Draft Mondays are powered each Monday in the month of April by The Yass Method for Pain-Free Movement. Say YES to YASS!  After Mia’s Mock Draft 1.0 spurred many a spirited debate about the offensive tackles in the 2023 NFL Draft, Mia’s Mock Draft 2.0 is sure to spark the discourse surrounding this year’s defensive back class – and how high the Jaguars should be investing capital […]

todayApril 10, 2023


Betting on the 2022 FIFA World Cup is a lucrative cash offer

FIFA World Cup 2022: Main Sporting Event of the Year Very recently, on November 20, the FIFA World Cup 2022 began, and this year it is being held in Qatar. Many experts have already rushed to call it the main sporting event of the year.   This year, 32 teams will play in the championship. However, it is planned that 48 countries will participate in the next championship to be held […]

todayDecember 19, 2022


Jaguars defense showing promising signs

By Hays Carlyon The Jaguars forced nine turnovers last season. That was the fewest in the NFL. By five. That’s astonishingly awful in a 17-game season. I can tell you it won’t happen again. I’ve seen enough after another quality outing, this time in a 16-15 loss to Pittsburgh in the third preseason game on Saturday night at TIAA Bank Field. The starting defense gave up seven points, leaving the […]

todayAugust 20, 2022


LAMM AT LARGE: It’s Time To End The Watson Nightmare

Why is the NFL dragging its feet on on making a final decision on Deshaun Watson? Because it's obvious the league wants Watson suspended for the entire season. The league is clearly sensitive -- perhaps scared -- of public and media opinion. That opinion is Watson's alleged abuse of 24 women deserves double major punishment. The NFL doesn't want women protesters at games or in front of its New York […]

todayAugust 9, 2022


LAMM AT LARGE: The Best SEC Coaches Ever

Listening to our coverage of the SEC Media Days last week got me to thinking about the best SEC coaches I've covered since 1977. The first two spots are a slam dunk for Nick Saben and Bear Bryant, both of Alabama. It gets more difficult after that. I'm going with Florida's Steve Spurrier for No. 3. Not only did his Gators dominate the 1990s, he changed how SEC football was […]

todayJuly 27, 2022


LAMM AT LARGE: The Baseball HOF Problem

Big Papi was given a loud and long ovation at his Hall of Fame induction. Rightly so. A first ballot inductee with 78 percent of the votes, Big Papi/David Ortiz was one of baseball's greatest clutch hitters, particularly in the postseason where he led the Red Sox to three world championships. I'd have voted for Ortiz. I'd also have voted for Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, both of whom continued […]

todayJuly 26, 2022


LAMM AT LARGE: What It’s Like Being Trevor Lawrence

Ever imagine what it's like being Trevor Lawrence?' At 22 having all that money and fame. How does it get better than that? Yes, it would be wonderful having enough money to buy almost anything. And the fame meaning you're loved and admired by so many people. But there's bad news. Think about the temptation of having so much money at such a young age. Think about family, friends, people […]

todayJune 28, 2022


LAMM AT LARGE: What is The PGA Going to do About LIV?

The ball is in Jay Monahan's hands now. The PGA Tour  commissioner said he would hand out sharp punishment, perhaps a lifetime ban from the Tour, for any Tour golfer who played in this week's Greg Norman, Saudi-funded LIV tournament in London. The threat fell on deaf ears for a handful of Tour regulars. The list includes Dustin Johnson, Sergio Garcia, Louis Oosthuizen, Branden Grace, Talor Gooch and Charl Schwartzel. […]

todayJune 7, 2022