They pressured Tom Brady.
This will be the Patriots' seventh straight AFC Championship Game, so it's pretty much old hat for them. "We've had a good offense, they've had the best defense, and that's always a challenge when you go up against those guys".
The Patriots are 7-4 under Bill Belichick in AFC Championship Games, and they'll look to add another win and Super Bowl trip to the books on Sunday against the Jaguars. "The way that they practiced was hard so you knew they were going to improve and get better". So I'm more concerned with how he plays as opposed to what he says.
The Patriots were stifled just enough against a loaded Broncos defense that could smash New England in the mouth by simply lining up elite talent at every position. I've never bought into any of those things.
"One time, someone asked what's the toughest place to play", Marrone said during a press conference with local media. We're confident because we know the work we put in. They're aggressive. They take chances. The game is going to be decided by who plays the best, not who hypes the best or speaks the best.
The Jaguars voiced their displeasure with being overlooked by the Steelers last week and were really vocal after the victory at Heinz Field. We're going to need to play really well to score points.
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"I feel like they took us lightly".
"To me, that's just says that a man has confidence in his team", said defensive tackle Abry Jones. "Obviously that is something that everybody wants to do when you get this close". The New England Patriots and Jacksonville Jaguars will square off this Sunday with superstar Tom Brady knowing what to expect from a team that can be relentless on an opposing quarterback.
I certainly think the Jaguars came together on offense and played the Steelers who slightly played down the Jaguars level and made some crass plays and game time decisions.
Ramsey is no stranger to trash talking, with his on-the-field barbs reportedly getting under the skin of Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green earlier this season.
"We're not going to go out there like the Steelers the week before and talk about people in a bad way and give them bulletin board news", Jackson said. The two ended up exchanging punches and were thrown out of their contest on November 5. "We aren't overlooking the Patriots, but it just tells (us) how we are as a team".