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Jaguars Dominate Titans On Thursday Night Football

One would think that when you take a team that was 0-2 and dealing with the distractions that the Jacksonville Jaguars have dealt with since Sunday, that playing on National TV on a Short week would be bad. But People don’t understand Jacksonville thinking.

There is one thing we can say about DUVAL! When the people of Duval County decide to show out! They do it on PRIME TIME! And with the NFL TV cameras and a National Thursday Night Football crowd packing out TIAA Bank Field brought back the FIREPOWER that people named “Sacksonville”.

The Tennessee Titans came to town 1-1 in 2019 an have dominated the Jaguars the last 3 years. Add to it that the this is the first PRIME TIME Game in the 904 in 3 years. Toss in a rookie QB starting his 2nd game. Add in some rain and then mix in the Jaylen Ramsey distraction. And what do you get?

TOTAL Jaguar DOMINATION!

The Jags defense put on a SHOW on National TV collecting an impressive nine total sacks on Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota. From Calais Cambell’s three-sack performance, to Taven Bryan getting the monkey off his back by notching his first of the year, the Jags defensive line showed up and showed out. Oh and that seventh overall pick is pretty good too, as the young Josh Allen got the first sack of his career and then followed that up shortly after with a second. It was a dominant performance to say the least by this unit.

The Minshew Movement is a Hollywood story just waiting to be filmed. The underdog  story of a lightly recruited quarterback no one really wanted who went to four different colleges and nearly gave up playing football to become a coach before finding a home at Washington State and setting a single-season Pac-12 passing record with 4,779 yards.

Though he won the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year, little interest emanated from the professional ranks.

The Jaguars used the 178th overall selection to pick up Gardner Minshew II, the sixth-round afterthought and in the likeness of Tony Romo of the Dallas Cowboys, Minshew comes in to pick up the slack after Nick Foles gets hurt and now the Jaguars might have the FUTURE already under center.

Now the QUESTIONS being tossed around the Jaguars office is what to do NEXT. Will Jaylen be a Jag next week? What will happen week 11 when Foles is Ready and can this be the year of the JAGUARS!

Stay Tuned because this is Jacksonville, and the Party is just starting!

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