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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Jalen Ramsey understands fans' frustrations

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Jalen Ramsey: "We need to give them something to cheer about" -
It's tough to see a home crowd plastered with the color of your opponent. It's even worse to hear that crowd yell in unison for your rival. On Sunday, the Jaguars didn't just lose their eighth-straight game. They lost their audience. As the game was winding down, many in the crowd yelled "Let's go Vikings!" loud enough that it could be heard throughout EverBank Field. The Vikings won 25-16 and their fans kicked the Jaguars while they were down.

Marqise Lee is a light in a dark season for the Jacksonville Jaguars -
The Jacksonville Jaguars have had a season to forget in 2016 — especially their offense. Blake Bortles has regressed to sophomore at UCF levels, T.J. Yeldon and Chris Ivory were good at times but never consistently enough to lean on, Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns had their fair share of drops, and the offensive line was a game of duck, duck, goose gone horribly, horribly wrong. And then there’s Marqise Lee.

Jacksonville Jaguars defense is about to break a decade-old record -
A lot has gone wrong this season for the Jacksonville Jaguars, whose 2-10 record and seven-game losing streak entering Sunday’s home game against the Minnesota Vikings have made coach Gus Bradley’s ouster a virtual certainty. But in sizing up how alluring a job this would be for potential candidates to replace Bradley, don’t overlook one thing that has gone right: A young, talented defense overhauled in the past nine months is showing signs of coming together.