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The Cardinals AJ Green’d the Jaguars

On Sunday, the Arizona Cardinals AJ Green'd the Jaguars. I'm pretty sure nobody expected the Cardinals to not only beat the Jaguars, but to score 27 points. We Jalen Ramsey'd Cardinal and Gabbert fans all week, talking about how he could never lead the Cardinals to a win against OUR defense and that 8-3 was… Continue reading The Cardinals AJ Green’d the Jaguars

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Being a Jaguar Fan Means Experiencing the 5 Stages of Grief in 3 Minutes (Jalen Ramsey style)

The Five Stages of Grief experienced in 3 minutes: Denial: If I hadn't seen it with my own eyes, I wouldn't have believed that Blake Bortles threw his umpteenth potential game ending interception (sarcasm font). I was in complete denial that we were going to lose to Philip Rivers AGAIN. I was also in complete… Continue reading Being a Jaguar Fan Means Experiencing the 5 Stages of Grief in 3 Minutes (Jalen Ramsey style)

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Jalen Ramsey has adopted his 3rd son

November 5th was a day to remember for Jaguars fans. We got our first home win of the season, bringing us to 5-3, and we were able to witness Jalen Ramsey adopt yet another son. With his (lack of) performance, AJ Green joins the brotherhood of Deandre Hopkins and TY Hilton. In 2017 against Ramsey,… Continue reading Jalen Ramsey has adopted his 3rd son

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The Jaguars are 2-0 when Lewis catches a TD

The Jaguars went into the bye week with a 27-0 win against the Luckless led Colts. The entire team played very well on all sides of the ball. The defense had another 10 sack game (yes, I said ANOTHER) matching the total amount of sacks from ALL of last year! The 2016 Jaguar defense had… Continue reading The Jaguars are 2-0 when Lewis catches a TD

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3 ways to survive the remaining 2017 Jaguar season

1. Accept Blake Bortles for who he is -It is no surprise to anyone that after 4 years in the NFL, Blake Bortles is not a good QB. Bortles has a jaw dropping 14-38 career record with a TD/INT ratio of 77/56. -At what point did any of you think in 2017 he would MAGICALLY… Continue reading 3 ways to survive the remaining 2017 Jaguar season