The Jacksonville Jaguars have acquired for the next four years the bragging rights to northern Florida.
The Jags pounded the Buccaneers on Sunday, 41-14. The victory came after Jacksonville spotted Tampa a 14-0 lead.
Maurice Jones-Drew fueled the effort for the home team, with two rushing touchdowns and two receiving touchdowns. Jones-Drew had 85 rushing yards and 77 receiving yards.
The Jags are now 4-9, and interim head coach Mel Tucker picked up his first career win. The Bucs, with seven straight losses, are now 4-9, too.
In fact, all three Florida teams currently are 4-9. At least it’s sunny there.