JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Thousands of Jaguars fans enjoyed a safe and worry-free game thanks to increased security put in place by the city and the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office after last weeks terrorist attacks in Paris. Fans were very pleased with the increased security.
"It makes me feel a lot better. I don't want something like that coming here and expecting like a time at the game. I want to see the Jaguars get a win tonight not get attacked by some Isis people", said Bailey Moon.
According to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office and Mayor Lenny Curry, Jacksonville has not received any threats of terrorism but since Thursday's game was the only national game televised they made security even more visible and police more accessible.