Buffalo Bills vs Jacksonville Jaguars: Which Team Has the Better Car Collection?
Tomorrow the Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills will jump The Pond and battle it out in London, exclusively showing on Yahoo! Screen. It’s the second game that’s been played in Wembley this year, and the NFL just inked another deal to keep that partnership going for the next few years. But we’re here to talk about cars. Specifically cars that players from the Jags and Bills will be driving when they make it back to the states. While the two teams might not have a roster filled with superstars, they definitely have garages filled with super cars. RELATED: 8 NFL Stars With Automotive Counterparts
Jaguars' DT Sen’Derrick Marks: Lamborghini Gallardo
Originally picked up by the Tennessee Titans in 2009, it took former Auburn defensive tackle Sen’Derrick a few years to stand out in the NFL. It wasn’t until 2014, after moving to Jacksonville, that he was voted number 76 on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2015 list. His car follows that same route. An all black Lamborghini Gallardo convertible is Marks’s vehicle of choice. He even picked up a mini Aventador for his daughter so they could ride together in style.
Bills' WR Sammy Watkins: Aston Martin Rapide
Bills' WR Sammy Watkins was just drafted in 2014. As a first round pick, and the number four overall, he was inspired to purchase a four-door sports car—the Aston Martin Rapide. As you can see from the video below, it has some custom wheels and definitely a custom interior:
Bills' RB LeSean McCoy: Rolls-Royce Phantom
McCoy became a member of the Bills in an offseason trade, which brought him from the Philadelphia Eagles. It was last year while on the Eagles that he showed up to training camp in a Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe. The black-on-burgundy Rolls Was quite a site to behold, and we imagine he kept now that he’s in Buffalo.
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Bills' DE Mario Williams: Lamborghini Murcielago, Ford GT, Ford F-250 Super Duty, MasterCraft X80 Speedboat (and many more)
The star defensive end spent six seasons with the Houston Texans before arriving at the Bills for the 2012 season. Over the course of his career he has established a well known love of all things fast. He has been pictured with his orange Lamborghini Murcielago, but he also commissioned a special one-of-a-kind wrap for his MasterCraft X80 speed boat. But Williams gives back to the community. In 2011, Williams famously donated five Chevrolet Camaros to the Houston Police Department. He would then donate five Dodge Chargers to HPD in 2013. The Department responded by giving Williams an honorary HPD police badge.
Jaguars' QB Blake Bortles: Cadillac CTS, Audi A8 Jaguars' QB Blake Bortles has been much improved from this season to last. While his improvement on the field should have Jags fans excited, his automotive improvement off the field has us talking. Bortles’s girlfriend drives an an all-black-everything Cadillac CTS, while he recently inked a deal with a local Jacksonville dealership to promote everything Audi, specifically the new A8 he’ll be driving around town. RELATED: Check Out the Winning Cars of NFL Stars
Jaguars' OT Jermey Parnell: Infiniti QX80 Jermey Parnell has been in the NFL for six years now, and in that time has played for teams like the Miami Dolphins, New Orleans Saints, and Dallas Cowboys. But with a new starting positing with the Jaguars, Parnell wanted to ensure that his whip would be able to handle the Jacksonville lifestyle. His custom Infiniti QX80 SUV might not be the first vehicle on celebrity wish lists, but, like Parnell, it’s large, in charge, and has plenty of personality to boot.Trying to filter like King Arthur A photo posted by Jermey Parnell (@dallasnative78) on
Jaguars' LB Telvin Smith: Porsche Panamera Telvin Smith jokingly refers to himself as the “smallest but fastest linebacker in the NFL.” Since speed and precision is his thing, his Porsche Panamera suits his personality to a T. While the Jags are packing some heat with their custom rides, the Buffalo Bills are the more stacked opponent when it comes to high-end rides. RELATED: See Photos of the 2014 Porsche Panamera Turbo S
And lest you think he’s forgotten his roots, he owns a Ford F-250 Super Duty, albeit with some serious modifications and custom aesthetics added on. So we don’t know who will win on Sunday morning, but as far as cars are concerned, the Bills make the stronger showing. It helps when you have Williams in your corner, as he’s one of the highest-paid players in the National Football League.On runway with the New challenger srt8 I built for the Texas Highway Patrol. Sad to see her go but she's in great hands! A photo posted by Mario Williams (@bbwolf94) on