The Jacksonville Jaguars just got done beating the Oakland Raiders, who talked plenty of smack before and during the game. Now, current Indianapolis Colts runningback, former UFL player, Dominic Rhodes chimed in with some good bulletin board material. "They're like they're our little brother right now. They want to be the big brother," said Rhodes. Rhodes is familiar with the Jaguars, as he was with the Colts from 2001 to 2006 and again in 2008. "You get that thing going on, there's a lot of competition. They don't like us. We don't like them," Rhodes added.
Maybe Rhodes didn't pay too much attention to the NFL during his stint in the UFL with the Florida Tuskers, where he had a UFL record 547 rushing yards and a UFL record 10 rushing touchdowns. If Rhodes had been paying attention before the Colts signed him on December 7th, he'd know the Jaguars beat the Colts already this year, have a better record, and are in position to clinch the division with a win on Sunday. Right now, the Jaguars are the big brother.