Jalen Ramsey to Jags fans: We’re winning the Super Bowl

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After Sunday’s win over the Steelers, Jaguars players chastised Steelers players for looking ahead to a game against the Patriots before there was any reason for them to do so.

Cornerback Jalen Ramsey was among the Jaguars who took issue with the Steelers’ approach to the game, but that doesn’t mean he’s immune from doing something similar when fired up. Jaguars fans greeted the team at EverBank Field upon their return to Jacksonville on Sunday night and Ramsey addressed them by referencing a game other than the AFC Championship.

“I ain’t got too much to say. Y’all make sure you bring that same energy next week and the week after. We’re going to the Super Bowl. And we’re gonna win that b—h,” Ramsey said, via Sports Illustrated.

Ramsey later apologized on Twitter for using profanity during what he called “hype & talking.” We’ll find out if there’s anything else for him to apologize for next Sunday.

139 responses to “Jalen Ramsey to Jags fans: We’re winning the Super Bowl

  1. I love this kid. Jacksonville’s season is definitely a storybook season, and I credit the owner. Mr. Khan, for having the wisdom to think outside the box and bring in Tom Coughlan. He makes sure all the “kids” play nice, and they’ve put together a nice roster. Credit Dave Caldwell for good scouting too. Ramsey is a HOF talent. I don’t blame him for being happy.

  2. Ramsey, meet Tom Brady.
    He may alter your plans, using you as his..well..the same profanity you used to discribe the SB.

  3. So everyone whined after
    Mike Tomlin referenced playing the Pats after the Jags. But a Jags player comes out and says “We are going to win that (SB) b….!” and there’s very little complaining. Gee, double-standard much?

  4. So, Ramsey says that the Steelers’ buffoonery gave the Jags extra motivation yesterday. Then he runs his mouth and does the same thing. Smart move. I have a feeling we’ll be hearing his name a lot on Saturday.

  5. As a steelers fan, I can only tip my hat to the Jaguars attitude and style of play. They did everything they needed to do to win. No arguments about it.

  6. Keep talking kid. Brady will send you home shortly and then the Jags will be back in the AFC South basement next year and we won’t have to hear your trash talk.

  7. Belichick is nor Tomlin. Too early to say. Until you beat Pats first, smart player should never predict or guarantee super bowl victory. Not good.

  8. george1859 says:
    January 15, 2018 at 7:58 am
    Ramsey, meet Tom Brady.
    He may alter your plans, using you as his..well..the same profanity you used to discribe the SB.

    —-

    Or Tom “Please Don’t Hit Me Again” Brady might just meet a top ranked defense. They haven’t played any this season. Go Jags.

  9. Belichick is not Tomlin. Too early to say. Until you beat Pats first, smart player should never predict or guarantee super bowl victory. Not good.

  10. The Patriots were feeling disrespected before feeling disrespected became cool.

    Not smart of Mr. Ramsey. There is a very good chance that he will be reminded of his comments on Sunday.

  11. We are on to Jacksonville….. Coach Bill
    We are On to Jacksonville……Tom Brady
    We are On to Jacksonville……The Whole patriots team

    We don’t care that Jacksonville Jags are on to the super bowl…

  12. All the Jags DB’s have big mouths and they’re overrated too.

    A great 4 man pass rush will make an DB’s look good.

  13. ASTOUNDING. After what just happened to the Stealers yesterday, the last thing you’d want to do is run your mouth with a date to the Kings castle in Foxboro on tap..
    The very LAST thing you’d want to do.
    He’s trying to be Richard-crackedcup-Sherman from a few years ago.

    And he sounds like he plays for Trippy Tomlin’s team. SMH. Just SMH

  14. I agree with him. And Vikings fans seem to be looking past Philadelphia these past couple days too the way they have already placed themselves in the SB (often as winners too). So I think the Jags and Vikes should just focus on each other.

  15. Interesting championship weekend. Three new teams and quarterbacks looking to take the crown from the Patriots. First up is a team in Coughlin’s image, a guy who twice defeated a favored Patriots team in a super bowl. Next, Philly and their fans host the miracle Vikings, two teams that have never has won a SB. Will the Patriots defend their dynasty or will we have a new champion win their first?

    I think it’s time for fans to stop complaining and admit that this has been a great year for the NFL and those that said they were taking their ball and going home because of protesting players, replay, officiating, fixed games are the only losers.

  16. “the Steelers paid us no respect. All they were talking about was playing New England in the AFC Championship game. That’s what drove us to go in there and kick some Yellow tail!….”

    A few hours later….

    “We’re going to win the Super Bowl! Nobody can stop us. Not New England, not any NFC Team. Nobody. We are the greatest!”

    Meanwhile in NE, they are preparing for a football game this Sunday.

  17. Oh dear.

    When will these kids ever learn.

    You just gave up 42 points and your offense is a joke. Keep talking.

  18. I think the Jags will find the Pats have a bit better game plan against them than the Steelers did.

    The great balancing factor will be Tom Coughlin. I expect he’ll be in the Jags defensive meetings all week.

    Looking forwards to a tough, well played game by both teams and hopefully a Pats win

  19. codylaws says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:27 am

    “Belichick is not Tomlin”

    ——————————

    I’m not sure if there has ever been a bigger understatement in the history of understatements.

  20. Or Tom “Please Don’t Hit Me Again” Brady might just meet a top ranked defense. They haven’t played any this season. Go Jags

    PLEASE!!!

    That topped ranked D that JUST allowed 500 yards and 42 points?
    That “topped ranked” D

    A 10 -6 team that played Last played schedule
    Maybe just a little overrated???

    Look at the teams that beat them

  21. C’mon man. Talk about comparing two entirely different situations.

    “We’re going to beat the Patriots 2 games from now. Patriots this, and Patriots that, and beat em anywhere etc. etc. etc” when you have the Jags to play in a few days.

    “We’re going to win the Superbowl”

    Yeah, not the same at all.

  22. It was a pep rally type atmosphere and it was an emotional ‘off the cuff’ comment in the moment during the 24 hours that players are told to ‘enjoy the victory’. If anyone believes it was more than that, you’re crazy. Now if he says that crap during an interview or tweets it out during the week, that’s an entirely different thing.

    Ramsey is known for his tireless film study and I have very little doubt that he is already hours into Amendola, Gronk, etc.

  23. reddzen says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:27 am
    george1859 says:
    January 15, 2018 at 7:58 am
    Ramsey, meet Tom Brady.
    He may alter your plans, using you as his..well..the same profanity you used to discribe the SB.

    —-

    Or Tom “Please Don’t Hit Me Again” Brady might just meet a top ranked defense. They haven’t played any this season. Go Jags.

    ————–

    Keep fighting the good fight little guy!

  24. .
    In Ramsey’s defense it was said in a pep rally type atmosphere after a huge upset win. I think his comments were aimed more at firing up the audience rather than dismissing the Patriots and the still unknown NFC champ.

    Let’s not turn into a squad of “word police”, looking for evidence of disrespect in every sentence.
    .

  25. You beat my team (Steelers) but I really hope you are right. As long as someone (ANYONE!) beats the Patriots, I will be happy.
    Hell, if the Pats are in the Superbowl I wont watch it.

  26. Flash1287 says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:54 am
    Or Tom “Please Don’t Hit Me Again” Brady might just meet a top ranked defense. They haven’t played any this season. Go Jags

    ———————–

    Ummm…I’m pretty sure that Brady has taken more hits than just about any active QB in the NFL – he is 40 after all. If he lobbies the officials in order to keep the defenses honest, then I’d say he’s pretty smart. You can’t deny that the results speak for themselves.

  27. Jimmy G dropped 40+ on them… They are facing Brady lol. Hell I hope he is right but it isn’t very likely

  28. Believe me, everyone in NE was hoping to play the soft Steelers knowing that our coaching advantage over them was huge and another beatdown (something like 40-10) was a foregone conclusion – the Jaguars are much tougher and I expect a very hard fought game on Sunday.

  29. FatBaba says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:44 am
    The new Freddie Mitchell
    ———————————

    Unlike Mitchell, Jalen Ramsey is a first rate NFL player. Mitchell, OTOH, was one of the only players Belichick every publicly rebuked. And this is a Belichick quote on Mitchell from back in the day…

    All he does is talk. He’s terrible, and you can print that. I was happy when he was in the game.

  30. Jacksonville looked very very good in the first half. Defense was dominant, and Fournette was trucking. Not sure what happened in the second half. They started running outside, and the defense relaxed. They sure stepped up in the 4th quarter though.

    Honestly, I think I would rather play the Pats in the SB than Jacksonville. If Bortles was just a little more consistent, they would be a great team every week.

  31. Chris S says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:59 am

    It was a pep rally type atmosphere and it was an emotional ‘off the cuff’ comment in the moment during the 24 hours that players are told to ‘enjoy the victory’.
    —————————————————————————————————
    It’s in precisely these unscripted moments that players reveal their true feelings. And in this case it is clear that the Jaguars think the game in NE is already a W.

  32. Seriously, the Jags were insulted when the Steelers were looking ahead and this clown is looking past the Patriots in Foxboro. Far better teams than the freaking Jags have disrespected the Patriots and gone home for the season. The only team than really “could” talk is the one coming off of two SB championships in the last three years. They prove it on the field. They won’t be talking.

  33. I’m as much of a fan of confidence and enthusiasm as the next guy, but keep that stuff inside the walls of the team facility.

    Watch this week for the verbal missteps that the Jags make vs. the discipline that the Pats players exhibit. If people don’t think that these things matter and the Pats won’t use it, they’re crazy.

    How Belichick gets this team to feel like no one respects them continues to amaze me, but he does. It’s one of his greatest skills. He never lets anyone on his teams get comfortable, including Brady.

  34. walker1191 says:
    January 15, 2018 at 9:23 am
    Chris S says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:59 am

    It was a pep rally type atmosphere and it was an emotional ‘off the cuff’ comment in the moment during the 24 hours that players are told to ‘enjoy the victory’.
    —————————————————————————————————
    It’s in precisely these unscripted moments that players reveal their true feelings. And in this case it is clear that the Jaguars think the game in NE is already a W.
    —-
    I don’t know about that but I do know the Patriots use these “off the cuff” quotesat pep rallies as motivation.

    Remember when Merriman bragged at a pep rally that he was going to punch Brady in the face? The Chargers season ended that Sunday.

  35. walker1191 says:
    January 15, 2018 at 9:23 am
    Chris S says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:59 am

    It was a pep rally type atmosphere and it was an emotional ‘off the cuff’ comment in the moment during the 24 hours that players are told to ‘enjoy the victory’.
    —————————————————————————————————
    It’s in precisely these unscripted moments that players reveal their true feelings. And in this case it is clear that the Jaguars think the game in NE is already a W.

    ======================

    I doubt that’s true, but I hope you’re right. Something tells me that if it were, old man Coughlin would descend from his ivory tower to set everyone straight.

  36. footballneblog says:
    January 15, 2018 at 9:08 am
    Give the kid a break. He meant they were going to win the Pro Bowl

    ————

    I think he was talking about the off-season SB…..but they will be hard pressed to wrestle that away from the Raiders

  37. walker1191 says:

    January 15, 2018 at 9:23 am

    Chris S says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:59 am

    It was a pep rally type atmosphere and it was an emotional ‘off the cuff’ comment in the moment during the 24 hours that players are told to ‘enjoy the victory’.
    —————————————————————————————————
    It’s in precisely these unscripted moments that players reveal their true feelings. And in this case it is clear that the Jaguars think the game in NE is already a W.

    SMH. Not even bothering. Believe what you want, but I assure you the Jags aren’t looking past anyone.

  38. Much ado about nothing. hey can mouth off all they want, they also have the team and the coach to make a go of it.

  39. “eaglesw00t says:
    January 15, 2018 at 9:19 am
    Jacksonville looked very very good in the first half. Defense was dominant, and Fournette was trucking. Not sure what happened in the second half. They started running outside, and the defense relaxed. They sure stepped up in the 4th quarter though.”….

    Fournette injured his ankle at the end of the 2nd quarter and went to the locker room. He played in the 2nd half, but he had no acceleration or ability to cut. He suddenly tuned into an old-school fullback carrying the ball. THAT’s what happened. No idea why the TV guys didn’t discuss this.

  40. “Chris S says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:59 am
    It was a pep rally type atmosphere and it was an emotional ‘off the cuff’ comment in the moment during the 24 hours that players are told to ‘enjoy the victory’. If anyone believes it was more than that, you’re crazy. Now if he says that crap during an interview or tweets it out during the week, that’s an entirely different thing.”

    –That’s exactly the point! Why are they having a “pep rally type” thing after winning a divisional game? Celebrations like that are normally for, you know, after you win something that matters. That the team was THAT high after winning a game in mid Jan, speaks volumes to their preparedness for how much harder it get from here.

    And I don’t understand how tweeting thoughts like this are somehow better or worse than standing up and shouting it.

  41. lotusfather says:
    January 15, 2018 at 9:04 am
    You beat my team (Steelers) but I really hope you are right. As long as someone (ANYONE!) beats the Patriots, I will be happy.
    Hell, if the Pats are in the Superbowl I wont watch it.
    ———————————————————

    I love it when it comes to this……

    The broken, shattered trail of teams’ fans, so used to being beaten down by the mighty Patriots, that they hitch their rickety wagons to whichever team is up next!

    It must be a long, joyless, frustrating path, huh?

    Just embrace the dark side, and enjoy the prowess of the NFL’s Greatest Dynasty!

  42. walker1191 says:
    January 15, 2018 at 9:23 am
    Chris S says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:59 am

    It was a pep rally type atmosphere and it was an emotional ‘off the cuff’ comment in the moment during the 24 hours that players are told to ‘enjoy the victory’.
    —————————————————————————————————
    It’s in precisely these unscripted moments that players reveal their true feelings. And in this case it is clear that the Jaguars think the game in NE is already a W.
    ————

    Question is, why does that bother you? Are you a beta male who can’t stand outward displays of confidence, because it elucidates your massive insecurities versus false humility that NE players exhibit?

  43. The Titans beat the Jags and the Bills held them to 10 points. But I can understand the exuberance. They did a great job with the Steelers. Hopefully grandpa Brady is healthy enough to beat the Jags. Thanks for chirping Jalen and the fans asking for Brady. Brady usually shows up. He might just oblige the Jags fans. Hopefully we’ll have crying Jags and the Pats to the SB. Good Luck, Patriots. Blitz for Six, baby!

  44. Pats don’t need further motivation….. they are lazer focused on the Jags….. BB will have them prepared & ready to instill the game specific plan to exploit the Jags weaknesses….The Jags did afterall play a last place schedule all year…..may be a tad bit overrated… I guess we’ll soon find out!!!
    Weather is suppose to be pretty good at kickoff (unseasonably warm)……….
    go Pats!!!!

  45. To everyone who thinks this talk “fires up” the Patriots… thats bush league. The patriots prepare for the Jaguars like they’d prepare for the Browns. They are taking the Jags today…exactly how they were before this “kid” spoke out. This stuff doesnt faze the Pats one way or the other. They are and will be preparing the same way no matter what

  46. walker1191 says:
    January 15, 2018 at 9:17 am

    Believe me, everyone in NE was hoping to play the soft Steelers…
    _______________________________________

    Stop with the ‘everyone in NE’ stuff, you don’t speak for many of us who want to see the best possible game. The Steelers weren’t going to provide that. Personally I’d rather see a matchup worth watching and this should be.

  47. Pats fan here… nothing wrong with what he said. If he felt any different he shouldn’t even make the trip up here next week. Hoping for a great game Sunday!!

  48. New England is going to murder these scrubs. If Ryan Shazier could have played they’d be golfing this week.

  49. I saw this in person, he was hyping up the crowd. I feel certain that during interviews the rest of the week he will give the Patriots and their future HOF QB his due. This will be a significant test for this defense as they tend to struggle against accurate QB’s who have a quick release. Ramsey and every one else in the secondary will have to play a perfect game in order to defeat the Patriots.

  50. “Let’s not turn into a squad of “word police”, looking for evidence of disrespect in every sentence.”

    Lolz that ship sailed long ago. We have become a country of people who are professionally offended by almost everything.

  51. Tom Coughlin knows how to beat the Patriots … He has proved that before in beating Patriot teams that were way better than this current Patriot team … Coughlin and Marrone will have this Jags team ready to go … That being said, Jaguars have no pressure on them to win this game, all the pressure is on the Patriots to win. How will they handle all of the pressure ? Will Blake Bortles play well against a not so good Patriots Defense ? Can the Jaguars control the clock and time of possession ? Key Questions for this game coming up ?

  52. eaglesw00t says:
    January 15, 2018 at 9:19 am

    Honestly, I think I would rather play the Pats in the SB than Jacksonville. If Bortles was just a little more consistent, they would be a great team every week.

    ————————+
    Looking past the Vikings huh? I thought the NFC unhatched chicken counting was going to be on a separate thread.

  53. The Patriots Monday morning meeting started at 9 so they have been listening to Belichick for over and hour and now fully believe they dont do anything well enough and are going to have a tough time against Jacksonville next week and need to work extra hard if they are to have any chance at all.

  54. A lot of people failing to realize how great a lot of those individual plays were by the elite steeler skill WRs. I really doubt the pats will be able to make catches like that. Jags prefer a short passing game. This might be a repeat of pats vs broncos 2 years ago.

  55. “Take away their strength”
    contain Bortles
    stuff the run
    solid pass coverage
    keep ’em off balance with dialed up safety blitzes

    on O
    spread ’em out
    White and Lewis play options
    Gronkatoa
    deep fry: Cook ’em & ‘Dola

  56. Or Tom “Please Don’t Hit Me Again” Brady might just meet a top ranked defense. They haven’t played any this season. Go Jags.
    __

    Meh, Jags have a good defense but it’s been kind of streaky lately. They have allowed 24+ points in 4 of their last 8 games including two 40 burgers. The Pats have allowed 24+ only twice in their last 13 games (24 & 27). As far as not playing a Top ranked defense the Pats have beaten the 3rd ranked scoring D (LAC), 7th ranked (Pit), 8th ranked (Atl), and 10th ranked (NO). They have beaten the 3rd ranked yards D (Den) and put up 30 points on the 7th ranked yards D (Car)but lost. They seem to be 5-1 against such defenses. The Jags are 4-1. Common opponents? Pats 8-0, Jags 5-4

  57. This fool calls the Steelers disrespectful for looking ahead. So are you not now disrespecting the defending superbowl champs?

  58. Jalen won’t be needed next game. All the Jags have to do is cover whoever is playing RB. 2yd Tom can’t win nowadays without a heavy dose of RB screens

  59. Patriots fan here: There’s no way what Ramsey said was even remotely inflammatory or bulletin board material. He was basically at a pep rally getting the Jaguars fans fired up.

    That said, I think the lesson he’ll learn from this will come from spending so much time over the next week having to reply to reporters questions about it. Even though it wasn’t a big deal, I’m sure someone in the building will have a quick chat with him about it as well.

  60. quizlingclinic says:
    January 15, 2018 at 9:32 am
    Fournette injured his ankle at the end of the 2nd quarter and went to the locker room. He played in the 2nd half, but he had no acceleration or ability to cut. He suddenly tuned into an old-school fullback carrying the ball. THAT’s what happened. No idea why the TV guys didn’t discuss this.

    —–

    Ahh, gotcha. I was on and off the game and didn’t hear a thing about that. I saw Yeldon getting those carries and Fournette coming off a lot. Makes sense now. Thanks

  61. I love the thought that somehow the Pats have the 2000 Baltimore Ravens coming to town this Sunday. For everyone that points out the Pats are playing the #1 D in the league, lets not overlook the fact that the Jags are playing the #1 offense in the league. They went 10-6 in what is a pretty laughable schedule (which saw them get swept by the Titans).

    The Pats are going to do what they do in essentially every game, take away their #1 weapon (Fournette) and let Bortles try to keep up with Tom Brady… good luck with that.

    ALSO for all of the Giants comparisons… Remember that Tom Brady scored the go ahead TD in each of those games with 3 or less minutes left, and had his defense fail to stop Eli Manning (not Blake Bortles).

    Pats will cover the 9.5 point spread.

  62. Sorry Jalen but your season ends at Gillette. Belichick will do to Bortles what he did to Tebow after he beat the Steelers. Your defense also gave up 42 points to the Steelers so you are not that great. The Patriots will not be denied this year.

  63. That’s a stupid thing to say, might be a good idea to shut up.
    Patriots will just use that as locker room trash.

  64. I miss the days before twitter/social media, where guys just lined up and played football. Too many “look at me” guys in the league. I think that is one of the large reasons for the Patriots success, they don’t allow the buffoonery. That is how the Steelers USED to be. Not now, Tomlin has zero control over himself or the players. One only has to look at the tweets and statements leading up to yesterdays game. As a Steelers fan, I was so happy when DeCastro called out some of his own teammates (and in a roundabout way Tomlin) for looking past the Jags. Sadly for Steelers fans, at this point, I don’t see the Steelers winning another Super Bowl as long as Tomlin is at the helm.

  65. Was Ramsey supposed to say he expects to lose next week and not make the SB?
    This is not an apples to apples comparison from looking past an opponent.
    It really isn’t. But the flurry of comments from Pats fans and the many many Jags haters is not surprising in the least.
    People talk trash if they wanna… keep disrespecting… been the same all year. And if they win the Superbowl people will have some excuse for it too.

  66. Listen, after going on the road and putting the beating on Pittsburgh that they did in a place where nobody gave them a chance to win… I’ve got no problems with this kid being fired up, as he should be. With that said, he’s about to find out what it’s like to face a team that isn’t looking past them and will prepare for them like they’re the greatest QB, RB, TE, WR and defense to ever play this game. Like the Titans, I expect it to be close early on… but also like the Titans, I expect to be a snooze fest in the second half. 35-13 Patriots

  67. Flash1287 says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:54 am
    Or Tom “Please Don’t Hit Me Again” Brady might just meet a top ranked defense. They haven’t played any this season. Go Jags

    —————————-
    When it comes to body slamming QBs the Denver Defense used Brady as their ragdoll to set a record that may never be broken. He got back up from every one of them and kept attacking and was either a dropped pass or missed extra point away from pulling that out. Von Miller said later thats the hardest they have pounded on any QB and he could not belive the way Brady just kept coming. Respect.

  68. As a GIANTS fan, let me just say that I hope they do, or at least, I would not be disappointed if they do.

    Their Defense is Tailor-Made to give Tom Brady difficulty. Not many defenses can, but this one can.

    Not saying they will beat the Pats, they are a Dynasty, maybe the best Dynasty, but the Jags have the guys on Defense that can get Brady off his spot and give him issues.

    It will be a fascinating matchup.

  69. reddzen says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:27 am
    george1859 says:
    January 15, 2018 at 7:58 am
    Ramsey, meet Tom Brady.
    He may alter your plans, using you as his..well..the same profanity you used to discribe the SB.
    —-
    Or Tom “Please Don’t Hit Me Again” Brady might just meet a top ranked defense. They haven’t played any this season. Go Jags.

    ————

    That’s a serious mischaracterization of Brady. 2013 he was killed by the Seahawks and won the Super Bowl. That’s an all time great defense. In 2015 he had a 2 point conversion to tie the AFC Championship after absolutely getting killed by Denver, then he was killed again against Houston and then Atlanta and came back and won the Super Bowl.

    So he’s proven he can get the job done against great defenses that can get to the QB.

    That said, this will be a great game. Once you get to this point in the season any team can win.

    I feel like the team that makes the fewest mistakes will win this one.

    Should be fun.

  70. notwhoyouthinkitis says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:06 am
    So everyone whined after
    Mike Tomlin referenced playing the Pats after the Jags. But a Jags player comes out and says “We are going to win that (SB) b….!” and there’s very little complaining. Gee, double-standard much?

    ______________________________________________

    No. Quit your complaining Steelers fan. Literally everyone is chastising him for it. Everyone.

  71. ALSO for all of the Giants comparisons… Remember that Tom Brady scored the go ahead TD in each of those games with 3 or less minutes left, and had his defense fail to stop Eli Manning
    ______

    I agree with your points about the quality of Jax’ defense and the Pats approach to their stars however your memory of the Patriots losses to the Giants is a bit clouded. It is true that the 2007 team scored in the final minutes of the 4th quarter and then failed to stop Manning from engineering an improbable comeback.
    In the 2011 game the Pats did what they do best, score on the last drive of the first half and the first drive of the second half. They then failed to score in the final 26+ minutes of the game covering their final four possessions.

    I think the Jags have to rely on their inconsistent QB and their inconsistent defense to pull together great performances (which they are capable of) at the same time to have a shot against the Pats. If one or the other fails they will likely lose, if both fail it will be a laugher.

  72. JustBlameTrumpOrRussia says:
    January 15, 2018 at 10:29 am
    Jalen won’t be needed next game. All the Jags have to do is cover whoever is playing RB. 2yd Tom can’t win nowadays without a heavy dose of RB screens

    ___________________________________________

    Yes, please play that press coverage/spy stuff, leaving one on one for people like Gronk. Patriots design a game plan every week that is tailored to the opponent at hand.

  73. I’ve seen this story play out soooooooo many times already over the years.. jag’s beating the steelers was their superbowl, they were way too emotional before and after. Jag’s will come out flat in NE and the game will get out of hand in the middle of the 3rd.

  74. mountaingirl39 says:
    January 15, 2018 at 11:28 am
    I remember the Pats putting up a billboard for Ray Lewis’ retirement party. That didn’t bode well either.
    —-
    That billboard was put up by Clear Channel Media. The Patriots has nothing to do with that.

  75. kissbillsrings says:
    January 15, 2018 at 9:52 am
    The Jags did afterall play a last place schedule all year…..may be a tad bit overrated… I guess we’ll soon find out!!!

    only 2 of the 16 games are based on what place a team finished in the year before.

  76. BB will have them prepared,like always.They “Practice” when an opponent jumps into the nuetral zone to react before they reset,then it will be offsides.BB knows more about the jags than marrone does.

  77. mountaingirl39 says:
    January 15, 2018 at 11:28 am
    I remember the Pats putting up a billboard for Ray Lewis’ retirement party. That didn’t bode well either.

    Yeah, the Patriots didn’t put that up

  78. So for all the crowing the Jags did about the Steelers trash talk, Ramsey turns around and pulls THIS stunt? Amazing.

    Obviously the Jags already won their Super Bowl last Sunday, so why even bother with the promises when you’ve already achieved your goal?

  79. Jalen, Mr. Coughlin left a voice mail on your phone. Please call him back. He would like to have a little chat with you.

  80. reddzen says:
    January 15, 2018 at 8:27 am
    george1859 says:
    January 15, 2018 at 7:58 am
    Ramsey, meet Tom Brady.
    He may alter your plans, using you as his..well..the same profanity you used to discribe the SB.

    —-

    Or Tom “Please Don’t Hit Me Again” Brady might just meet a top ranked defense. They haven’t played any this season. Go Jags.

    _______________________________________________________

    Hmmm does NE not Play Buffalo twice????

    How many points did the Jags Score against them in their “blowout” win at home?????

  81. lotusfather says:
    January 15, 2018 at 9:04 am
    You beat my team (Steelers) but I really hope you are right. As long as someone (ANYONE!) beats the Patriots, I will be happy.
    Hell, if the Pats are in the Superbowl I wont watch it.
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    Somehow, I think the ratings will still be OK without you watching…

  82. He just gave bulletin board material to the Patriots. Whadda dummy! Isn’t Ramsey the game guy that was complaining about the Steelers overlooking the Jags?

  83. Comparing this to the Steelers players looking past the Jags is a little silly. Jags are a 10 point underdog going into NE (even more so psychologically). The guy was fired up in front of a bunch of fans who greeted the team returning to Jax. I’d let this one slide.

  84. well well well, look who is arrogant now. you gave up 42 points, 5 td passes and almost 500 yds. best to shut up and hope your offense bails you out again.

  85. Lol, that’s hilarious 😂😂😂. It will NEVER happen though. Not as long as bortles is the QB.

  86. Lol you guys are joking right? “The Jags are looking past the Pats” and “The Jags played a soft schedule”… come on. Coughlin amd Marone will have these guys ready to play the Pats. And as far as the schedule; Detroyed the Texans week 1 while they were at full strength (not our fault Wilson played 1 half), crushed Baltimore week 3 (a team that should of made the playoffs), shocked the world week 5 in Pitt (allowed no tds), beat the Chargers in OT (another team that should of made the post season), embarrassed the Seahawks (when everyone was talking about Russell Wilson as MVP), won the divison with 2 weeks remaining on the schedule, then went on to hold a playoff team to 0 tds wild card weekend, and then went into Pitt for a second time this season and beat them. Again. Something that no other team has ever done.
    Say what you want, but the Jags have earned their way to the AFC Championship. Hate on, because it’s Duval vs all y’all!!!

  87. levelhead58 says:

    January 15, 2018 at 1:09 pm

    well well well, look who is arrogant now. you gave up 42 points, 5 td passes and almost 500 yds. best to shut up and hope your offense bails you out again.
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    Lol. Your QB throwing 5 tds was all he could do to keep you in the game. Pitt never led or was tied at any point since the Jags scored on the opening drive. Pathetic…

  88. raymondmac says:
    January 15, 2018 at 1:54 pm
    I’m glad the Jags will be tough. NE needs a solid practice game with a tough team to get tuned up for the SB
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    You make sure you’re here Sunday night.

  89. It’s fun watching the fans of all the other teams who couldn’t take down the Pats rally around whomever is playing them next. The Jags bandwagon will be overflowing this week….next week it will be either Philly or Minnesota

  90. “C’mon man. Talk about comparing two entirely different situations.

    “We’re going to beat the Patriots 2 games from now. Patriots this, and Patriots that, and beat em anywhere etc. etc. etc” when you have the Jags to play in a few days.

    “We’re going to win the Superbowl”

    Yeah, not the same at all.”

    Its the exact same thing. He said they were going to the super bowl and they are going to “win that b”. In case it isn’t clear — he said they are winning the super bowl.

  91. Didn’t Jimmy Garoppolo, the guy who just came out of the Patriots’ system and Tom Brady’s understudy for the last four years, just torch this very same Jacksonville defense for 44 points just a few weeks ago?

  92. He didn’t disrespect Brady and the Pats in the same way that the Steelers disrespected the Jags, but this will probably still have the same effect in New England that the Steelers did for them.

    All of that in addition to the time honored tradition of hubris preceding the fall.

  93. NE is about to tattoo Jacksonville on the way to winning their sixth title. they are just better and smarter than the rest of the league.

    -not a pats fan

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