Las Vegas Rodeo 2018

NFR 2018: The PRCA National Finals Rodeo is always a big deal, but the 2018 edition marks the semi-retirement of one of the best cowboys in the sport. 23-time world champion Trevor Brazile is stepping back from the rodeo after this event, so it’s probably his last chance to go for No. 24.

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Brazile finished in second place last year, losing out to his brother-in-law Tuf Cooper. This year will probably be his last year competing with NFR qualifying as the goal, so it’s also the last time we’ll see him on this stage.

Canadian Curtis Cassidy will also be a name to look out for. He finished sixth in the All-Around standings, so he’ll obviously seek to improve his status as well.

“I never want to count myself out, but with such a drastic change in the way I conduct my rodeo business, if I do ever make the Finals again it’ll be a bigger story than my retirement, because I’ll have gotten it done at just a handful of rodeos,” Brazile said, per Prorodeo.com. “The good news is that this is my decision, and I’m not being forced out because I’m hurt or too old.”

Hundreds of cowboys and their fans will be in the Las Vegas valley this week. The 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo kicks off Thursdays. The 10-day event features numerous activities, including live viewing parties and drink specials. Cowboy Christmas will also be back at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It is free and open to the public.

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About 20 years ago, a long and lean athlete from a small town in Montana enjoyed college basketball success in Dillon and later found fame as a cowboy in Las Vegas. Bridger Chambers is following in the footsteps of Brad Gleason, all right.

“Man it’s awesome, that’s the only way I can describe it,” said Chambers, a steer wrestler who Thursday night will compete at his first National Finals Rodeo. “It’s a dream come true and I’m trying to soak up every moment.”

Chambers’ own horse “Rooster,” a 12-year-old sorrel gelding, did most of the heavy lifting last summer as the bulldogger earned the Vegas berth. Chambers said he will be aboard Rooster next month at the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals in Great Falls.

Meanwhile, bull rider Parker Breding of Edgar will also be part of a significant Montana contingent of cowboys at the NFR. Breding, 26, is making his third NFR appearance, and first since 2015. He enters the rodeo in second place.

“It’s pretty surreal to be back at the NFR,” Breding said. “After two subpar years, I didn’t know if the future held another NFR for me or not.”

Also competing for the next 10 days in Las Vegas as team roping cousins Clay and Brady Tryan, and barrel racer Lisa Lockhart, a South Dakota star making her 12th straight NFR appearance who has vast Montana ties

Wrangler NFR

NFR 2018: The PRCA National Finals Rodeo is always a big deal, but the 2018 edition marks the semi-retirement of one of the best cowboys in the sport. 23-time world champion Trevor Brazile is stepping back from the rodeo after this event, so it’s probably his last chance to go for No. 24.

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Brazile finished in second place last year, losing out to his brother-in-law Tuf Cooper. This year will probably be his last year competing with NFR qualifying as the goal, so it’s also the last time we’ll see him on this stage.

Canadian Curtis Cassidy will also be a name to look out for. He finished sixth in the All-Around standings, so he’ll obviously seek to improve his status as well.

“I never want to count myself out, but with such a drastic change in the way I conduct my rodeo business, if I do ever make the Finals again it’ll be a bigger story than my retirement, because I’ll have gotten it done at just a handful of rodeos,” Brazile said, per Prorodeo.com. “The good news is that this is my decision, and I’m not being forced out because I’m hurt or too old.”

Hundreds of cowboys and their fans will be in the Las Vegas valley this week. The 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo kicks off Thursdays. The 10-day event features numerous activities, including live viewing parties and drink specials. Cowboy Christmas will also be back at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It is free and open to the public.

NFR 2018 Live Stream Free Signup Tv

About 20 years ago, a long and lean athlete from a small town in Montana enjoyed college basketball success in Dillon and later found fame as a cowboy in Las Vegas. Bridger Chambers is following in the footsteps of Brad Gleason, all right.

“Man it’s awesome, that’s the only way I can describe it,” said Chambers, a steer wrestler who Thursday night will compete at his first National Finals Rodeo. “It’s a dream come true and I’m trying to soak up every moment.”

Chambers’ own horse “Rooster,” a 12-year-old sorrel gelding, did most of the heavy lifting last summer as the bulldogger earned the Vegas berth. Chambers said he will be aboard Rooster next month at the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals in Great Falls.

Meanwhile, bull rider Parker Breding of Edgar will also be part of a significant Montana contingent of cowboys at the NFR. Breding, 26, is making his third NFR appearance, and first since 2015. He enters the rodeo in second place.

“It’s pretty surreal to be back at the NFR,” Breding said. “After two subpar years, I didn’t know if the future held another NFR for me or not.”

Also competing for the next 10 days in Las Vegas as team roping cousins Clay and Brady Tryan, and barrel racer Lisa Lockhart, a South Dakota star making her 12th straight NFR appearance who has vast Montana ties

NFR Las Vegas

NFR 2018: The PRCA National Finals Rodeo is always a big deal, but the 2018 edition marks the semi-retirement of one of the best cowboys in the sport. 23-time world champion Trevor Brazile is stepping back from the rodeo after this event, so it’s probably his last chance to go for No. 24.

Click here To Watch LiveStream

NFR Las Vegas Live

Brazile finished in second place last year, losing out to his brother-in-law Tuf Cooper. This year will probably be his last year competing with NFR qualifying as the goal, so it’s also the last time we’ll see him on this stage.

Canadian Curtis Cassidy will also be a name to look out for. He finished sixth in the All-Around standings, so he’ll obviously seek to improve his status as well.

“I never want to count myself out, but with such a drastic change in the way I conduct my rodeo business, if I do ever make the Finals again it’ll be a bigger story than my retirement, because I’ll have gotten it done at just a handful of rodeos,” Brazile said, per Prorodeo.com. “The good news is that this is my decision, and I’m not being forced out because I’m hurt or too old.”

Hundreds of cowboys and their fans will be in the Las Vegas valley this week. The 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo kicks off Thursdays. The 10-day event features numerous activities, including live viewing parties and drink specials. Cowboy Christmas will also be back at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It is free and open to the public.

NFR 2018 Live Stream Free Signup Tv

About 20 years ago, a long and lean athlete from a small town in Montana enjoyed college basketball success in Dillon and later found fame as a cowboy in Las Vegas. Bridger Chambers is following in the footsteps of Brad Gleason, all right.

“Man it’s awesome, that’s the only way I can describe it,” said Chambers, a steer wrestler who Thursday night will compete at his first National Finals Rodeo. “It’s a dream come true and I’m trying to soak up every moment.”

Chambers’ own horse “Rooster,” a 12-year-old sorrel gelding, did most of the heavy lifting last summer as the bulldogger earned the Vegas berth. Chambers said he will be aboard Rooster next month at the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals in Great Falls.

Meanwhile, bull rider Parker Breding of Edgar will also be part of a significant Montana contingent of cowboys at the NFR. Breding, 26, is making his third NFR appearance, and first since 2015. He enters the rodeo in second place.

“It’s pretty surreal to be back at the NFR,” Breding said. “After two subpar years, I didn’t know if the future held another NFR for me or not.”

Also competing for the next 10 days in Las Vegas as team roping cousins Clay and Brady Tryan, and barrel racer Lisa Lockhart, a South Dakota star making her 12th straight NFR appearance who has vast Montana ties

National Finals Rodeo

NFR 2018: The PRCA National Finals Rodeo is always a big deal, but the 2018 edition marks the semi-retirement of one of the best cowboys in the sport. 23-time world champion Trevor Brazile is stepping back from the rodeo after this event, so it’s probably his last chance to go for No. 24.

Click here To Watch LiveStream

Brazile finished in second place last year, losing out to his brother-in-law Tuf Cooper. This year will probably be his last year competing with NFR qualifying as the goal, so it’s also the last time we’ll see him on this stage.

Canadian Curtis Cassidy will also be a name to look out for. He finished sixth in the All-Around standings, so he’ll obviously seek to improve his status as well.

“I never want to count myself out, but with such a drastic change in the way I conduct my rodeo business, if I do ever make the Finals again it’ll be a bigger story than my retirement, because I’ll have gotten it done at just a handful of rodeos,” Brazile said, per Prorodeo.com. “The good news is that this is my decision, and I’m not being forced out because I’m hurt or too old.”

Hundreds of cowboys and their fans will be in the Las Vegas valley this week. The 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo kicks off Thursdays. The 10-day event features numerous activities, including live viewing parties and drink specials. Cowboy Christmas will also be back at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It is free and open to the public.

NFR 2018 Live Stream Free Signup Tv

About 20 years ago, a long and lean athlete from a small town in Montana enjoyed college basketball success in Dillon and later found fame as a cowboy in Las Vegas. Bridger Chambers is following in the footsteps of Brad Gleason, all right.

“Man it’s awesome, that’s the only way I can describe it,” said Chambers, a steer wrestler who Thursday night will compete at his first National Finals Rodeo. “It’s a dream come true and I’m trying to soak up every moment.”

Chambers’ own horse “Rooster,” a 12-year-old sorrel gelding, did most of the heavy lifting last summer as the bulldogger earned the Vegas berth. Chambers said he will be aboard Rooster next month at the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals in Great Falls.

Meanwhile, bull rider Parker Breding of Edgar will also be part of a significant Montana contingent of cowboys at the NFR. Breding, 26, is making his third NFR appearance, and first since 2015. He enters the rodeo in second place.

“It’s pretty surreal to be back at the NFR,” Breding said. “After two subpar years, I didn’t know if the future held another NFR for me or not.”

Also competing for the next 10 days in Las Vegas as team roping cousins Clay and Brady Tryan, and barrel racer Lisa Lockhart, a South Dakota star making her 12th straight NFR appearance who has vast Montana ties

NFR

NFR 2018: The PRCA National Finals Rodeo is always a big deal, but the 2018 edition marks the semi-retirement of one of the best cowboys in the sport. 23-time world champion Trevor Brazile is stepping back from the rodeo after this event, so it’s probably his last chance to go for No. 24.

Click here To Watch LiveStream

Brazile finished in second place last year, losing out to his brother-in-law Tuf Cooper. This year will probably be his last year competing with NFR qualifying as the goal, so it’s also the last time we’ll see him on this stage.

Canadian Curtis Cassidy will also be a name to look out for. He finished sixth in the All-Around standings, so he’ll obviously seek to improve his status as well.

“I never want to count myself out, but with such a drastic change in the way I conduct my rodeo business, if I do ever make the Finals again it’ll be a bigger story than my retirement, because I’ll have gotten it done at just a handful of rodeos,” Brazile said, per Prorodeo.com. “The good news is that this is my decision, and I’m not being forced out because I’m hurt or too old.”

Hundreds of cowboys and their fans will be in the Las Vegas valley this week. The 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo kicks off Thursdays. The 10-day event features numerous activities, including live viewing parties and drink specials. Cowboy Christmas will also be back at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It is free and open to the public.

NFR 2018 Live Stream Free Signup Tv

About 20 years ago, a long and lean athlete from a small town in Montana enjoyed college basketball success in Dillon and later found fame as a cowboy in Las Vegas. Bridger Chambers is following in the footsteps of Brad Gleason, all right.

“Man it’s awesome, that’s the only way I can describe it,” said Chambers, a steer wrestler who Thursday night will compete at his first National Finals Rodeo. “It’s a dream come true and I’m trying to soak up every moment.”

Chambers’ own horse “Rooster,” a 12-year-old sorrel gelding, did most of the heavy lifting last summer as the bulldogger earned the Vegas berth. Chambers said he will be aboard Rooster next month at the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals in Great Falls.

Meanwhile, bull rider Parker Breding of Edgar will also be part of a significant Montana contingent of cowboys at the NFR. Breding, 26, is making his third NFR appearance, and first since 2015. He enters the rodeo in second place.

“It’s pretty surreal to be back at the NFR,” Breding said. “After two subpar years, I didn’t know if the future held another NFR for me or not.”

Also competing for the next 10 days in Las Vegas as team roping cousins Clay and Brady Tryan, and barrel racer Lisa Lockhart, a South Dakota star making her 12th straight NFR appearance who has vast Montana ties

Prca National Finals Rodeo

WRANGLER PRORODEO TOUR: HOW TO WATCH THE PRCA NATIONAL FINALS RODEO ON CBS

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The PRCA National Finals Rodeo is always a big deal, but the 2018 edition marks the semi-retirement of one of the best cowboys in the sport. 23-time world champion Trevor Brazile is stepping back from the rodeo after this event, so it’s probably his last chance to go for No. 24.

Brazile finished in second place last year, losing out to his brother-in-law Tuf Cooper. This year will probably be his last year competing with NFR qualifying as the goal, so it’s also the last time we’ll see him on this stage.

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Canadian Curtis Cassidy will also be a name to look out for. He finished sixth in the All-Around standings, so he’ll obviously seek to improve his status as well.

“I never want to count myself out, but with such a drastic change in the way I conduct my rodeo business, if I do ever make the Finals again it’ll be a bigger story than my retirement, because I’ll have gotten it done at just a handful of rodeos,” Brazile said, per Prorodeo.com. “The good news is that this is my decision, and I’m not being forced out because I’m hurt or too old.”

Here’s how you can catch one of Brazile’s last ride — both the United States and abroad. ProRodeoTV.com comes with a $79.99 annual subscription with the promo code NFRDEAL20.

HOW TO WATCH THE PRCA NATIONAL FINALS RODEO

  • Dates: Dec. 6 – Dec. 15
  • Live channel: CBS Sports Network (United States)
  • Live stream: ProRodeoTV.com (Canada, international)

Note: ProRodeoTV.com stream for this event is exclusively available in Canada and around the world. Viewers in the U.S. can watch live on CBS Sports Network and on-demand the following day at ProRodeoTV.com.

2018 NFR

NFR 2018: The PRCA National Finals Rodeo is always a big deal, but the 2018 edition marks the semi-retirement of one of the best cowboys in the sport. 23-time world champion Trevor Brazile is stepping back from the rodeo after this event, so it’s probably his last chance to go for No. 24.

Click here To Watch LiveStream

Brazile finished in second place last year, losing out to his brother-in-law Tuf Cooper. This year will probably be his last year competing with NFR qualifying as the goal, so it’s also the last time we’ll see him on this stage.

Canadian Curtis Cassidy will also be a name to look out for. He finished sixth in the All-Around standings, so he’ll obviously seek to improve his status as well.

“I never want to count myself out, but with such a drastic change in the way I conduct my rodeo business, if I do ever make the Finals again it’ll be a bigger story than my retirement, because I’ll have gotten it done at just a handful of rodeos,” Brazile said, per Prorodeo.com. “The good news is that this is my decision, and I’m not being forced out because I’m hurt or too old.”

Hundreds of cowboys and their fans will be in the Las Vegas valley this week. The 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo kicks off Thursdays. The 10-day event features numerous activities, including live viewing parties and drink specials. Cowboy Christmas will also be back at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It is free and open to the public.

NFR 2018 Live Stream Free Signup Tv

About 20 years ago, a long and lean athlete from a small town in Montana enjoyed college basketball success in Dillon and later found fame as a cowboy in Las Vegas. Bridger Chambers is following in the footsteps of Brad Gleason, all right.

“Man it’s awesome, that’s the only way I can describe it,” said Chambers, a steer wrestler who Thursday night will compete at his first National Finals Rodeo. “It’s a dream come true and I’m trying to soak up every moment.”

Chambers’ own horse “Rooster,” a 12-year-old sorrel gelding, did most of the heavy lifting last summer as the bulldogger earned the Vegas berth. Chambers said he will be aboard Rooster next month at the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals in Great Falls.

Meanwhile, bull rider Parker Breding of Edgar will also be part of a significant Montana contingent of cowboys at the NFR. Breding, 26, is making his third NFR appearance, and first since 2015. He enters the rodeo in second place.

“It’s pretty surreal to be back at the NFR,” Breding said. “After two subpar years, I didn’t know if the future held another NFR for me or not.”

Also competing for the next 10 days in Las Vegas as team roping cousins Clay and Brady Tryan, and barrel racer Lisa Lockhart, a South Dakota star making her 12th straight NFR appearance who has vast Montana ties.

Tennessee Titans vs Jacksonville Jaguars

Titans vs. Jaguars a look at the all-time series and stats

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The Tennessee Titans and the Jacksonville Jaguars will square off for the 49th time when they battle on Thursday Night Football.

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The Titans come into Thursday night’s matchup with a 28-20 lead in the all-time series. The Titans have scored 998 in the series while the Jaguars have scored 908. The Titans have won the past three meetings in a row. In the earlier meeting this season, the Titans won 9-6 in Jacksonville in Week 3. The Titans won in Nashville to end the 2017 regular season 15-10 on New Year’s Eve.

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The Titans come into Thursday night’s matchup at 6-6 overall and 2-2 in the AFC South. The Jaguars come into the game at 4-8 overall and 1-3 in the AFC South.

The Titans come into the game averaging 18.4 point per game while giving 20.4 points per game. The Jaguars come in averaging 16.9 points per game while giving up 20.3. The Titans come in averaging 310.2 yard per game on offense while giving up 340.9 yard per game on defense. The Jaguars come in averaging 335.2 yards per game on offense while allowing 315.6 yards per game on defense.

For the Titans, quarterback Marcus Mariota has completed 188-of-274 passes for 2,168 yards with 11 touchdowns and 7 interceptions. Derrick Henry leads the Titans with 128 rushes for 474 yards and five touchdowns. Corey Davis leads the Titans in receiving with 52 receptions for 744 yards and three touchdowns. Two of his three touchdowns have been game winners (vs. Eagles, vs. Jets).

For the Jaguars, Cody Kessler will make his second consecutive start for the Jaguars at quarterback. He completed 18-of-24 passes for 150 yards in leading the Jaguars to their 6-0 win over the Colts on Sunday. He’s completed 39-of-54 passes for 306 yards with a touchdown and an interception on the season. T.J. Yeldon leads the Jaguars with 100 carries for 401 yards with four touchdowns. He also leads the Jaguars in receiving with 53 receptions for 472 yards and four touchdowns.

Kickoff is set for 7:20 PM Central on Thursday night from Nissan Stadium.

Titans vs Jaguars

Titans vs. Jaguars a look at the all-time series and stats

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The Tennessee Titans and the Jacksonville Jaguars will square off for the 49th time when they battle on Thursday Night Football.

The Titans battle the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday Night Football. Make sure you’re in the loop on the latest news on your Titans– take five seconds to Sign up for our FREE Titans newsletter now!

The Titans come into Thursday night’s matchup with a 28-20 lead in the all-time series. The Titans have scored 998 in the series while the Jaguars have scored 908. The Titans have won the past three meetings in a row. In the earlier meeting this season, the Titans won 9-6 in Jacksonville in Week 3. The Titans won in Nashville to end the 2017 regular season 15-10 on New Year’s Eve.

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The Titans come into Thursday night’s matchup at 6-6 overall and 2-2 in the AFC South. The Jaguars come into the game at 4-8 overall and 1-3 in the AFC South.

The Titans come into the game averaging 18.4 point per game while giving 20.4 points per game. The Jaguars come in averaging 16.9 points per game while giving up 20.3. The Titans come in averaging 310.2 yard per game on offense while giving up 340.9 yard per game on defense. The Jaguars come in averaging 335.2 yards per game on offense while allowing 315.6 yards per game on defense.

For the Titans, quarterback Marcus Mariota has completed 188-of-274 passes for 2,168 yards with 11 touchdowns and 7 interceptions. Derrick Henry leads the Titans with 128 rushes for 474 yards and five touchdowns. Corey Davis leads the Titans in receiving with 52 receptions for 744 yards and three touchdowns. Two of his three touchdowns have been game winners (vs. Eagles, vs. Jets).

For the Jaguars, Cody Kessler will make his second consecutive start for the Jaguars at quarterback. He completed 18-of-24 passes for 150 yards in leading the Jaguars to their 6-0 win over the Colts on Sunday. He’s completed 39-of-54 passes for 306 yards with a touchdown and an interception on the season. T.J. Yeldon leads the Jaguars with 100 carries for 401 yards with four touchdowns. He also leads the Jaguars in receiving with 53 receptions for 472 yards and four touchdowns.

Kickoff is set for 7:20 PM Central on Thursday night from Nissan Stadium.

Jaguars vs Titans

Jaguars vs. Titans: Time, TV channel, how to watch online

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December 5, 2018 1:57pm ESTDecember 5, 2018 1:57pm ESTTennessee Titans, NFL, jacksonville JaguarsThe Jaguars and Titans, 2017 Playoff teams suffering from disappointing years, will renew their rivalry on “Thursday Night Football.”

The Jaguars and Titans, two AFC South teams that appeared in the postseason last year will renew their rivalry on “Thursday Night Football.”

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Tennessee (6-6) has had a better season than the Jaguars, but still finds itself outside of the postseason picture. It’s coming off a 16-point come-from-behind win over the Jets that essentially kept its playoff hopes alive. The Titans currently sit one game behind the Ravens in the standings for the No. 6 seed, but Baltimore owns the tiebreaker, meaning Tennessee will essentially have to make up two games between now and the end of the season. Marcus Mariota has played better the past two weeks, throwing for 585 yards and four touchdowns to just one interception, but will be tested by a stout Jacksonville defense.

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The Jaguars (4-8) snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 6-0 victory over the Colts on Sunday. A quarterback change from Blake Bortles to Cody Kessler was made over the skid, with Kessler throwing for 306 yards, one touchdown, and one interception since taking over as the starter. Jacksonville’s defense has allowed the third-fewest yards per game (315.6) and fifth-fewest points per game (20.3) in the NFL.

Week 3 was the first game between the teams, and it featured a significant lack of offense, as the Titans took home a 9-6 victory in a contest that did not feature a single touchdown.

What time and date is Jaguars vs. Titans?

The contest will be played on Thursday, Dec. 6 at 8:20 ET.

Both teams will be making their first appearance on “Thursday Night Football.”

Where will Jaguars vs. Titans be played?

Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn. will host the game. Home/road splits favor the Titans, who are 4-1 at Nissan Stadium. Jacksonville is just 1-4 on the road this season.

How can you watch Jaguars vs. Titans?

Fox and NFL Network will broadcast Jaguars vs. Titans. It can also be streamed through Amazon and fuboTV (7-day free trial).

Who is favored between the Jaguars and Titans?

Despite losing the first head-to-head matchup, the Titans are favored by four, although they opened the week as 4 1/2 point favorites.

Sporting News’ picks against the spread for Jaguars vs. Titans and all Week 14 games can be found here.