Monday, November 23, 2020

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Dak Prescott and His Injury: In Sunday's game against the Giants, Dak went down. He has a major fracture and cut due to the broken bone going through the body. Everybody says that injuries are part of football, and that's a fact. Furthermore, we have seen gruesome injuries over the past few years in the NFL. Take Alex Smith as...
Jesuit Football has a history of making a hard non-district, so when we get into district we are ready for all that it has to give. This year is no different, we were originally scheduled for Strake Jesuit, Rockwall, and Austin Westlake, but then the COVID-19 outbreak made us reschedule Strake and Westlake for Flower Mound Marcus and Plano...
Background For Jesuit Football, when we workout we have this thing called a "Ranger Challenge," which is a way for us to get bigger, stronger, and more mentally tough. So, when we transitioned over to online workouts the grind did not stop. The first couple Ranger Challenges were workout related. These included wall-sits and who can run the furthest during...
  Would I consider myself an avid fan of College Football...mmm sure? Would I go out of my way to watch football all Saturday...mmm probably not. So when I say I would rewatch every game that was played this Saturday (9/26), you know I'm being serious. I don't think I've ever been so excited to watch football this weekend. With...
This will go down as the weirdest week in NFL history. It had great comebacks and good games, but the bad part was that majority of your roster could be filled with injured players. Key players on many teams went down this week changing dynamic of the rest of the season. Recap of Week 2 Notable injures: Christian McCaffery is out...
In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, many questioned the future of Jesuit sports. Luckily, as we have gotten more information about this virus, we have been grateful to find that sports such as football will return. However, while the football season is permitted, restrictions must be enforced to ensure that everyone remains safe. How Jesuit Football tackled the Spring...
The NFL Season is just moments away so we step back and look at some of the last-minute roster changes and dive into some of the History of the National Football League. We also dive in deeper to Commissioner Roger Goodell's interview with CNBC. History  The NFL was founded in 1920 as originally the American Professional Football Association. Then later renamed...
Coming off a historic season going four rounds deep into the Texas 6A UIL Playoffs, Jesuit Football hoped to repeat what they did last season. Unfortunately, because of the Coronavirus pandemic, Jesuit Football's momentum was halted. Losing their spring football season and their ways to workout as a team in the process, or so we thought. However, the team continues...

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