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Jacksonville Seeks Retribution Vs. New England

The Jaguars Welcome New England to TIAA Bank Field With Open Arms as Revenge Surrounds Duval County Jacksonville, FL — Revenge: verb (used with object), re·venged, re·veng·ing.
“People always want to take you back, but you can’t.” Top Storylines A rematch of last year’s AFC Championship game.
Also, Marrone was the Buffalo Bills head coach in 2015 and 2016.
With Fournette less than 100 percent or out, how will the $54 million quarterback, Blake Bortles, hand the pressure of more responsibility?
Whether Fournette plays or not, Jacksonville must stay true to themselves by running the ball.
Running the ball helps keep Brady off the Field.
Jags’ running back T.J. Yeldon will get the start if Fournette cannot go.
Bortles and Company: New England’s top task will be to shut down Jacksonville’s run game no matter who’s in the backfield.
Brady vs. Jags Defense: The Patriots’ game plan for Sunday will be all scheme due to physical mismatches at all three levels of Jacksonville’s defense.
Prediction: Jacksonville 27 – New England 20

The Jaguars Welcome New England to TIAA Bank Field With Open Arms as Revenge Surrounds Duval County

AP PHOTO: DAVID J PHILLIP

Jacksonville, FL —

Revenge: verb (used with object), re·venged, re·veng·ing.

  • to exact punishment or expiation for a wrong on behalf of, especially in a resentful or vindictive spirit
  • to take vengeance for; inflict punishment for; avenge

The thought of revenge is on the mind of every person within the Jacksonville Jaguars’ organization. It’s without a doubt, on the mind of every single fan that roots for the Jags, “Miles Jack wasn’t down.”

As for the players and coaches, it’s all business as Jacksonville seeks its first 2-0 start since 2006 after beating the New York Giants last week, 15-10.

Jaguars Head Coach Doug Marrone said it best Monday when asked about that AFC Championship game result and if it is in the mindset of his team this week.

“People always want to take you back, but you can’t.”

Top Storylines

Photo: Jacksonville Jaguars
  • A rematch of last year’s AFC Championship game. Jacksonville had a ten-point lead in the fourth quarter and lost due to conservativeness.
  • There’s quite a bit of familiarity as Jacksonville’s EVP of Football Operations, Tom Coughlin, beat Bill Belichick in Super…

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