Jalen Ramsey Fears ‘No Man’ Ahead Of Gronkowski Clash In Patriots Game

Despite loss to Jaguars New York Giants have plenty to be excited about

He wouldn't even admit to watching last year's Super Bowl to help prepare for Sunday's game at TIAA Bank Field against the Patriots, if only to see how Philadelphia coach Doug Pederson attacked New England. Cole's one-handed catch in the first quarter deserves to be remembered with those made by Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr and National Football League great Randy Moss. You get what I'm saying?

"I mean it was my first full game at right (tackle)", he said.

The offensive line must improve if NY is going to have any shot of winning the NFC East as Barkley won't have these fifty-plus yard runs every week. They did that and the biggest takeaway was that if the offensive line can hold up, the offense could be dynamic.

This Sunday's showdown obviously is a huge test for both teams, and the Jags nearly certainly would like to exact some revenge after losing to the Patriots in last season's AFC Championship Game with a trip to Super Bowl LII on the line.

Jacksonville planned in the previous meeting to let Ramsey cover Gronk when the tight end lined up wide, outside the hash marks. "I'm going to go out there and do whatever the coach asks me to do, to be honest". Gronkowski had one catch for 21 yards before exiting, and New England scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to rally for a 24-20 victory.

"I don't know why everyone doesn't believe that". We ain't going to get it twisted. Ramsey said the football field isn't the place to be friendly. After the game, we can be cool.

"Football is not a game meant to be played being nice to each other and all that, like kumbaya".

While we can look back to the AFC Title Game past year to help project what this game might be like, Gronkowski was knocked out of that game early with a concussion. "But after the game's over with, that's cool". "When you lose a game, it hurts more, but you still go through the same process".



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