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2-0, 1st in AFC South
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Barnwell Show: Sando talks Week 2, including Mahomes & Rodgers

Bill and Mike Sando discuss the dynamic start to Patrick Mahomes' season (1:54), the tie between Minnesota-Green Bay as well as Aaron Rodgers' play in it (12:55), Dan Bailey heading to the Vikings (22:24), the Jaguars beating the Patriots (29:32) and which division leaders are showing the most promise (39:08). Plus, will the Earl Thomas situation get resolved soon (59:44)?

Stephen A. not sold on Jaguars as favorites in AFC (1:39)
Jack: Bortles' QB play energized the defense (1:38)

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars CB A.J. Bouye said he was annoyed by a pre-game prediction by a TV analyst: "So the funny thing is I don't like to watch the NFL Network especially before a game so we had a lot of time and I was spending time with my daughter and my dad decides to put the TV on. Steve Mariucci said something like Tom Brady had the highest completion percentage and then he said he's going to break it today so I took a picture and sent it to the DBs so we took it personally.”

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars DT Malik Jackson, on the significance of the 31-20 victory over the Patriots: "I think for us it was [a statement game] because w'ere underdogs. Nobody really believed in us once again. They thought they were going to come in here and steamroll us so for us I think it was a statement game for people to recognize us, especially at 4:25, on a team that barely gets any [national TV exposure]. For this year, for us doing this, it was huge."

Bortles: If we don't hurt ourselves, we can win every game (0:30)
Clark hails Bortles' performance against Patriots (1:38)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Blake Bortles' 32.58 fantasy points were just two-tenths of a point shy of his previous personal best (32.78, 2015 Week 13). And he did it against the Patriots. Impressive.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Blake Bortles in his last five games (including the playoffs): 58.7 percent completions, 970 yards, seven TDs, 1 INT. So, yeah, he's been pretty good.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Blake Bortles has out-dueled Tom Brady. 17 of 24 for 200 yards and three TDs to stake Jaguars to 21-3 lead. Per ESPN Stats & Info, it's Bortles' second career game with three TD passes before halftime (2017 Week 15).

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars rule out LT Cam Robinson with a left knee injury. Josh Wells, who struggled in the preseason, now has to protect Blake Bortles' blind side the rest of the way.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Per ESPN Stats & Info, this is the fourth time the Patriots have trailed by 14+ points after the first quarter under Bill Belichick (since 2000). They've come back to win two of the previous three. Only one they didn't was a 34-20 loss at Pittsburgh in 2004.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Keelan Cole's one-handed catch ... ridiculous. Wow. OBJ-ish

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars LT Cam Robinson (knee) is questionable to return.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars LT Cam Robinson hurt his left knee on that third-down conversion. Being helped off the field for a few steps then walks off under his own power with a severe limp. Josh Wells takes his spot.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Announced in press box that temperature in Jacksonville for Jaguars-Patriots is 97 degrees. Been told that if that holds at kickoff it'll officially be the hottest game-time temperature in Jaguars history. Some cloud cover has begun to roll, though.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Leonard Fournette missed three regular-season games last season and Jaguars won all three and averaged 158.3 yards per game rushing. The team averaged 137.5 yards per game rushing in the 13 games in which Fournette played last year.

Team Stats

Passing Yards272.512th
Rushing Yards120.59th
Points For25.5
Points Against17.55th

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