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Fans react to Jaguars win

Jaguars fans ecstatic after team's primetime win

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Fans and players are ecstatic about the Jaguars' win over the Tennessee Titans.  Following last Sunday's win over the Baltimore Ravens, it's the first time the team has won back to back games in 2 years.

"The energy here was incredible. I can't even begin to tell you," said Gina Umoh.

The team rallied back from a 7 point deficit in the second half. In the fourth quarter, Rashad Greene returned a punt 63 yards, setting up Blake Bortles' 5-yard touchdown pass to Julius Thomas with 3:30 remaining, and the Jaguars beat the Tennessee Titans 19-13 on Thursday night.

"It was crazy at the end everybody got loud" said Alex, Glisson.

Head coach Gus Bradley attributed much of the energy felt on the field to the fans.

"First I've got to give credit to our fans. On that last drive I know we felt the energy from them and to be able to get this win at home in front of our home fans is an awesome feeling. I know the guys are elated in the locker room and it's just a great win," said coach Bradley.


About the Author:

Robert Brown is the assignment manager at News 6. He joined the team in July 2018 as a producer and was promoted in 2020. Before moving to The City Beautiful, he spent six years in Jacksonville at WJXT-TV. Robert graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism.