So yeah, how are things going for Malik Jackson?
You remember Malik, right? The mean defensive end was a major contributor on the Broncos‘ Super Bowl 50 winner, then leveraged his fine play into a six-year, $90 million contract that made him one of the highest-paid defensive players in the league.
Jackson might now have that “cash flow, all day” — second reference today! — but one could argue it came at the cost of relevance. The Jaguars, as they have for most of this millennium, stink and Jackson won’t be anywhere near the Super Bowl this February. How does he feel about all this?
“It has been sobering being on a (losing) team,” Jackson said Wednesday, according to TheDenverChannel.com. “You realize that not every team wins 12 games in this league.”
In the Jaguars‘ defense, they’ve won 12 games, too. You just have to go back four years to count them all up.