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Upon signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars, defensive lineman Calais Campbell was heavily scrutinized for his decision to play for a team that had previously won three games in 2016. Now as we reflect back on it, the deal could be one that goes down as one of the best free agent additions ever as Campbell aided the Jags to the AFC Championship.
Needless to say, his efforts didn’t go Cheap NFL Jerseys unnoticed as many feel he should be up for Defensive Player of the Year. That’s especially the case for the analysts at NFL Network who had several notables lobby for Campbell.
NFL.com writer Alex Gelhar even put in his vote for Jags cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who also had a great season finishing 2017 with 63 tackles and a career-high of four interceptions. As for Campbell, he finished second in the league in sacks with 14.5 and accumulated 67 tackles as well. Additionally, he was named to the Pro Bowl and the Associated Press’ All-Pro roster.
Fans will have to wait a few days to find out if Campbell or Ramsey can win the Defensive Player of the Year award as the NFL’s annual honors show will take place on Saturday 9 pm EST on NBC. Coach Doug Marrone will also be up for the league’s Coach of the Year award after leading the Jags to the postseason and improving upon a three-win season in 2016.
Calais Campbell has served as Jacksonville’s defensive catalyst this season, his first with the franchise.
But who knew he could see the future?
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Campbell chatted with NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero about the tilt between the Jaguars and Steelers last week after Jacksonville’s 10-3 win over the Buffalo Bills. What you’re about to read might blow your mind.
“We’ll do whatever it takes,” Campbell told Pelissero on Jan. 7. “We’ll try to win any way we can, play one play at a time and execute. I’ll take it 2-0 if it comes that way, or 45-42 if it comes that way. As long as we win, I’m happy.”
Campbell joined the Jaguars via free agency in 2017 after spending the previous nine seasons with Arizona. He nailed Sunday’s final score — 45-42 — in a Divisional Round win over Pittsburgh, albeit with a little help from a garbage-time Steelers touchdown. That makes Jacksonville 2-0 in the postseason and Campbell 1-0 in predictions.
The alignment of stars has Campbell convinced the Jaguars are a — wait for it — team of destiny:
We’ll see how that plays out next week when the Jaguars travel to New England to face the reigning champion Patriots in Foxborough. A lot of it will have to do with the health of running back Leonard Fournette, who didn’t look like the same runner after suffering an ankle injury, each team’s gameplanning approach and the performance of New England’s interior line against a menacing Jaguars front four.
We’ll get a whole week to break it down to the nanometer. Perhaps someone else can take the fortune-telling crown from Campbell, too.