Ryan Getzlaf Authentic Jersey A 45-7 beatdown of the Houston Texans in Week 15 clinched the team its first berth in the postseason since 2007, even if losses in the last two weeks took a little shine off the crown.
Still, the last time Jacksonville won a division title was 1999 when it topped the AFC Central.
The rest of the AFC field will feature many of the familiar faces of the last 10 years. Namely, it’s the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots who grabbed the top two spots in the conference and earned first-round byes.
The Jaguars are a fresh addition, but they’re more than just that. They’re the NFL’s annoying swarm of gnats pissing off every opponent on the schedule 锟斤拷 and they may be the most fun team in the league.
The play was originally ruled down inside the one-yard line, but was later overturned on review. That gave Fournette four rushing touchdowns at Heinz Field this season 锟斤拷 one more than Pittsburgh back Le’Veon Bell.
Jaguars 7, Steelers 0: Pittsburgh’s first drive ended with a three-and-out punt, but the Steelers still managed to get lucky. All-Pro center Maurkice Pouncey appeared to inadvertently shove an official after an on-field scrum — a mistake that could have led to a 15-yard penalty or even an ejection. Fortunately for Pouncey, the official shrugged off the encounter as playoff football, keeping his flags in his pocket.
Jaguars 7, Steelers 0: Doug Marrone isn’t messing around. After Blake Bortles completed his first three passes of the game to set Jacksonville up inside the Pittsburgh red zone, the Jaguar head coach rolled the dice with Womens Radek Faksa Jersey a fourth-and-goal run from the 1.
As of Thursday morning, Vikings fans had donated more than $150,000 to Morstead’s What You Give Will Grow charity — the latest in a growing trend of NFL fan bases showing appreciation for players on other teams.
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In this case, a Vikings fan apparently first suggested on Reddit that they should make donations to Morstead’s charity out of respect for the way he played through the pain of torn cartilage in his ribs in Sunday’s playoff game — and even came out to line up as a defensive tackle on the Vikings’ final two-point conversion kneel-down after their stunning game-winning touchdown.
As donations grew on Sunday and Monday, Morstead promised to return to Minnesota to personally deliver a check to Minnesota’s Child Life Program — which he now plans to do during the week leading up to the Super Bowl.