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Posts Tagged ‘AFC South.’

Bengals & Texans hooking up on Sunday; Teams protect their QB’s but sack opposing passers at will

There’s going to be a defensive struggle in Cincinnati on Sunday, as the Houston Texans of the AFC South plays the Bengals of the AFC North.

The Texans rank third and Cincinnati fourth in sacks allowed. Houston has given up 19 sacks and the Bengals have allowed quarterbacks Andy Dalton and Bruce Gradkowski to be put on the turf just 20 times.

Both teams allowed three sacks last week.

Houston is tied for second in the NFL with 35 sacks on defense, while Cincinnati is tied for the fourth-highest sack total with 31.

 

Info compiled from NFL, Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals news

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Cincinnati Bengals logo via wikipedia commons, courtesy of team

Jaguars owner Weaver fires Del Rio & sells team

 

Jack Del Rio during training camp July 2008 (photo by Nichos via wikipedia commons)

Jack Del Rio knew the stakes when he went to training camp this season with his Jacksonville Jaguars. His job security became week-to-week once two things occured: 1) when he cut veteran quarterback David Garrard to go with rookie Blaine Gabbert and 2) when owner Wayne Weaver said he needed to make the playoffs to keep his job for a 10th season.

At 3-8 this season, Weaver fired Del Rio. He leaves the North Florida city with a 69-73 record, including 1-2 in two playoff berths. The Jaguars were not able to win the NFL’s AFC South in any of his nine seasons. The division also has Indianapolis, Houston and Tennessee.

Weaver also announced that he was selling the franchise to Illinois businessman Shadid Khan, who was born in Pakistan and is the owner of Flex-N-Gate bumper systems company.

The franchise, born in 1993, is worth $760 million according to Forbes magazine.

The 77-year-old Weaver named defensive coordinator Mel Tucker the interim head coach and gave general manager Gene Smith a three-year contract extension. Smith will head the coaching search.

The 61-year-old Khan’s purchase of the team is subject to NFL approval. League owners will be voting on December 14. If it is approved, the sale will become official January 4.

 

Info courtesy of the Jacksonville Jaguars, Radio & TV news

Tennessee Titans take a chance on Randy Moss

The 2010 NFL season has been one of trials and tribulations for wide receiver Randy Moss.

He has gone from Foxboro, Massachusetts (Patriots), to Minneapolis, Minnesota (Vikings) and now to the home of country music and the Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tennessee.

Randy Moss on the move again (file photo)

The Tennessee Titans have claimed Randy Moss off of waivers because they didn’t want to take any risks with receiver Kenny Britt missing at least one game due to an injured right hamstring.

When Tennessee was the Houston Oilers, they passed on drafting Moss in 1998 because of concerns about his character.

The Titans, who are 5-3, are a half-game back in the AFC South with five division games left.

Head coach Jeff Fisher says that Moss gives their offense a huge upgrade.

The Minnesota Vikings decided to cut Moss on Monday, after less than a month in his second stint with the NFC North team.

compiled from staff, NFL & Tennessee Titans news