Jaguars off to nice start in quest to win fourth straight

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The Jaguars may be missing leading receiver Cecil Shorts and leading rusher Maurice Jones-Drew, but their offense has shown well thus far against the Bills on Sunday.

Quarterback Chad Henne hit rookie receiver Ace Sanders for a 12-yard touchdown to give Jacksonville a 10-3 early second-quarter lead against visiting Buffalo.

Henne was picked on the Jaguars’ first drive, which set up a Buffalo field goal. However, he’s picked it up since.

By contrast, the Bills’ passing game wasn’t as sharp early on. Rookie quarterback EJ Manuel was intercepted in the first quarter, leading to Jacksonville’s first points on a Josh Scobee field goal.

Jaguars tailback Jordan Todman is off to a solid start, rushing for 36 yards on nine carries.

1 responses to “Jaguars off to nice start in quest to win fourth straight

  1. The Minnesota Vikings impending dynasty will hit the NFL by storm, but don’t say you didn’t hear it here first.

    Talent wise, we have the best team in the NFL and arguably one of the best teams of all time (other than QB).

    Once we draft our franchise QB (and we will) multiple superbowls will be coming to Minneapolis. They are setting themselves up to dominate the NFC for the decade.

    Every team will start trying to emulate the Vikings in every way.
    Every fan will be jealous of Vikings nation.
    Every owner will be jealous they don’t own a historic future dynasty team like the Vikings.
    Every coach will fear traveling to Minneapolis to face the best team to ever play.
    Every other teams players wish they’d have been drafted by the superior Vikings roster.
    Every GM will wish they had the drafting smarts that Rick Spielman has.

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