You probably already know about the Patriots-Jaguars game. You might be curious about who’s in the line-up. The Patriots do have a few injured players. This includes Christian Barmore, defensive tackle, kicker Nick Folk and Dont’a Hightower, linebacker. They also lost starting defensive back Josh Gordon to injury, and their safety tandem is in doubt.
While the Jaguars haven’t looked like a team to lose, they’re still not having much luck on defense. As of now, they’re just a 2-13 team. They would be the No. 1 overall pick if the season ended today. 1 overall pick. That means they’ll be searching for a new coach in the offseason. And they’re not the only team in trouble.
The Jaguars’ offense started to come alive early on the game, and the Pats’ defense held the lead for most of the second quarter. The Patriots held the ball for a few plays, but the Jaguars’ defense held firm. During one of those possessions, the Patriots’ defense picked up and turned the ball over to Chase Winovich. Both of these playmakers were wide open on third down, scoring points.
The Jaguars have been a dark horse and their wide receiver area has been a disaster. Trevor Lawrence finally threw Dare Ogunbowale a touchdown pass, and Ogunbowale made it all the way to the goal line. Despite the team’s failures on the field, the social team continues to outperform.
Jacksonville is also desperate for a win. They’ve lost eight of nine games and are two games behind the Patriots in the AFC East. In a desperate attempt to catch up with the Buffalo Bills, they’re in need of a victory. The Patriots are determined to win this game. They need to win this game to stay ahead of the Bills. If they can’t do it, they’ll be eliminated from playoff contention.
After a rough first two weeks, the Patriots have cooled down a bit. They are currently in sixth place in AFC after losing to their conference rivals, the Bills and Colts in their last two games. They are still in playoff contention, which is a good thing. And the Jaguars have no excuses. If you’d like to see a live update of the Patriots-Jaguars game, make sure you catch the Patriots’ latest move.
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Chris Claybrooks kicked off the Jaguars’ opening game with a kickoff return. After the kickout, the Jaguars decided to play on the ground and set up their offense at the Patriots 25-yard line. A sack by Myles Bryant gave the Jaguars the ball back at their own five-yard line, but DeMarcus Lawrence was sacked on second-and-ten and a short gain on third-and-long. The game ended with a punt.