NFL highlight: Indianapolis Colts star Quenton Nelson screams before landing brutal hit on Jacksonville Jaguars safety Barry Church

12 Nov

Indianapolis Colts star Quenton Nelson made a huge impact on Sunday night – literally.

The rookie offensive lineman played his part in their 29-26 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars by delivering a brutal hit in the first quarter.

Indianapolis Colts star Quenton Nelson (56) celebrates with a team-mate earlier in the season.

Nothing out of the ordinary you might think but Nelson, in first year with the Colts, screamed while running before he landed the blow on Barry Church, to protect team-mate Marlon Mack and enable him to gain some extra yardage on the play.

The hit allowed Mack to gain a first down and, while it wasn’t picked up initially, the Colts’ own Twitter account highlighted Nelson’s scream, to the delight of many fans.

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NFL Super Computer predicts every division ahead of the new season

5 Sep

The new NFL season is set to start with the Philadelphia Eagles hoping to retain the Super Bowl following their stunning triumph in February.

But they’re not going to have it their own way with the New England Patriots, still led by coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, gunning for revenge having lost the showpiece in Minneapolis.

Quarterback NIck Foles lifts the Vince Lombardi trophy.

There will be others out to win the Vince Lombardi trophy with the Los Angeles Rams fancied among bookmakers, along with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Minnesota Vikings.

Meanwhile, the Jacksonville Jaguars, who you can hear live on talkSPORT 2 every week as part of our NFL coverage, are also in with a chance thanks to their stunning defense.

But how will the eight divisions of the NFL look at the end of the regular season?

We got talkSPORT’s world famous Super Computer on the case and it’s given us the standings below.

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Can the Patriots stay ahead of the Sam Darnold led Jets?
Can the Eagles go all the way again?
Will the Seahawks recover from such a huge turnover in their playing staff?
Can Cam Newton get the Panthers firing again?
Aaron Rodgers has had a huge pay day but can he guide the Packers to the top of the NFC North?
Will the Raiders suffer having traded Khalil Mack?
Can the Jaguars continue their emergence as a force in the NFL?
Can the Cleveland Browns win a game this season?