The Rams started out the game strong with a quick strike to Rams WR Justin Blackmon but the Jaguars were determined to rip the victory from the home crowd. Rams quarterback Blaine Gabbert threw a terrible pass that was returned by the Jaguars for a touchdown.
When asked about the game, Jaguars headcoach Jeff Fisher was pleased with the team's effort. "We absolutely crushed their hopes and dreams. Sam played well for us today. We cant wait to get back to Duval and celebrate this victory with our fans. I would not be surprised if the Rams opened as a 28 point dog after the beatdown that these Jaguars just gave them. DUUUVVVVAAAALLLLL."
Former Jaguars running back Marshall Faulk is excited about the prospects of his old team. I spoke with him on the phone. "The Jaguars are really doing great things. Ever since they beat the Seahawks in overtime they have really been bouncing around the field. I cant wait for the playoffs to return to Jacksonville. The road to New York and the Super Bowl starts at the broken Matthews Bridge."
The Jaguars play Denver next week on Monday Night Football in a matchup of unbeatens. Get your popcorn ready.
The Rams mascot, Sammy the Rammy, will be blugeoned to death by King Joffrey's men later today in order to pay up on a bet between the two mascots. I'm sure that will be the talk of the town. Gather around the water cooler, boys. Good times are here again.