The JaguarMaven Podcast, EP. 2: Previewing the Colts, Who Has Won the Jalen Ramsey Trade Thus Far, and More

John Shipley

Publisher John Shipley and staff writer Trevan Pixley deliver the second episode of The JaguarMaven Podcast and discuss a number of Jaguars topics, ranging from this weekend's huge AFC South game, the Jalen Ramsey trade, the Pro Bowl and more.

It is the home stretch of the NFL season. With only seven games left, the 4-5 Jacksonville Jaguars will be playing for the life of their season each and every week, making every single game important. 

This is the case this Sunday as the Jaguars travel to play AFC South rival Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The 5-4 Colts are coming off of two consecutive losses to teams with records of below .500 when they beat the Colts, so the Colts are reeling and, like the Jaguars, are currently playing to keep their season alive.

John and Trevan discuss what this game means for each team and how they see it playing out, including which aspects of the Jaguars are going to be the most important on Sunday. 

In addition to the Colts game, the pair also talked about how Week 10 in the NFL impacted the Jaguars. The Colts lost, the Tennesee Titans won and the Los Angeles Rams fell for the first time since acquiring cornerback Jalen Ramsey from the Jaguars. 

With the Jaguars owning the Rams' first-round picks in the next two NFL Drafts, John and Trevan talk about who has really won the Ramsey trade. The Rams, who now have one of the NFL's best cornerbacks, or the Jaguars, who may be able to take advantage of a flawed Rams roster?

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New podcast, new home.

Chiefs Titans was a really fun game to watch, I was lucky my hotel room had it on a live channel followed by Steelers Rams. What an 8 hour bonus that was!

"It's literally going to be a chess match" I hope not. That would be much duller than a football game. Texans in London felt win or bust, which must mean every subsequent game is even more win or bust!

R.e. the next draft: Do you think they will target positions as you suggest, or do you think they will continue with the most common practice we've seen of picking the best available player regardless of position?

R.e. Demetrius Harvey, definitely give that guy a follow. The stuff he's putting out on Twitter is really well written and interesting!


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