Leonard Fournette Doesn't Need To Practice In Order To Face Patriots

Doug Mendoza
September 18, 2018

More to the point, Fournette is the Jaguars centerpiece player on offense. Football is not a game meant to be played being nice to each other ... after the game, that's cool. It was a awful oversight to treat Grant nearly like an inactive player while Fournette was on the shelf.

Fournette was injured - he said he felt his hamstring pop when he planted his right leg - when he caught a screen pass for no gain on third-and-long late in the first half of last Sunday's victory over the New York Giants. "But just know, just like previous year, we've got guys that we're comfortable with covering and we're going to definitely try to take advantage of our matchups and take advantage of our opportunities when we get a chance".

"My main focus is to strengthen it back up, get the swelling or whatever that is in there (down), and come out Sunday and play". "They have good cover players when they play man-to-man and certainly the clock is ticking in every pass play because their rush is so good".

Again, there's Grant being Mr.

And the Patriots expect to face that same elite level of defense in Sunday's rematch.

"Jacksonville has never beaten him?" He makes them tick. Whether No. 30 touches the ball via handoff, screen pass or a fake punt, Grant is the kind of player that can give National Football League defensive coordinators sleepless nights.

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This Bortles-led offense is crying out for weapons. He's a situational back, not the workhorse kind.

And in an ESPN The Magazine piece last month, Ramsey had some blunt words for the two-time Super Bowl champion.

"It's unrealistic to think that you'll hold a guy like that catchless, so obviously you can't get frustrated", Gipson said.

Ramsey might have unintentionally tipped part of the Jaguars' plan, however.

"There's just nothing you can do when you're playing a guy like that", said Gipson, a free safety. "So, the Jacksonville Jaguars have a solid team don't get me wrong, but I think the Patriots are going to have their way with them". If the Jaguars don't try to take full advantage of his game-breaking speed, then they deserve to suffer the consequences.

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