Jacksonville Jaguars vs Miami Dolphins: Who will win?



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Jacksonville Jaguars vs Miami Dolphins: Who will win?

Before the start of the season, Jacksonville and Miami were predicted to have a rear, a couple of victories and a full hat. The Jaguars surprised everyone with a triumph at the start against the favored Indianapolis Colts (27:20), and last week they offered fierce resistance to Tennessee in Nashville.

The Titans celebrated (33:30) the field with a goal by kicker Stephen Gostkowski for a minute and a half. Miami was defeated in both games by divisional rivals, New England (11:21) and Buffalo (28:31). The third weekend of the NFL championship opens with the teams from Florida on Friday (02.20).

At the start of the season, Jacksonville quarterback Gardner Minshew plays surprisingly well. It’s about last year’s rucksack that ousted Nick Falls from the 2018 Super Bowl hero team. The Jaguars traded an experienced quarterback to Chicago to make Minshew the leader of the new, young team.

Jagaurs drove away all the stars

Before the start of the season, the Jaguars drove away all the stars, the best players, and last season they traded to the Rams and one of the best cornerbacks in the league, Jalen Ramsey.

It started with total rejuvenation. There were many who predicted the championship without a victory, but at the beginning, Minshew is excellently led by a team without stars, with a lot of hands, undrafted players. Miami has decided that at the beginning of the season, the leader of the attack will be veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick, but it is expected that Tua Tagovailoa, the fifth pick in this year's draft, the star of college football, will be thrown into the fire.

The young left-handed quarterback arrived in the NFL after a severe hip injury, so the Dolphins are careful with throwing on the field of the future, everyone expects, stars and on a professional level. The Dolphins brought in some great players during the break between the two championships.

They were very active in the market of free agents. Linebacker Kyle Van Noy from New England, cornerback Byron Jones from Dallas, running backs Matt Breida from San Francisco and Jordan Howard from Philadelphia have arrived, but that has not clicked yet and it will be difficult for the Dolphins to fight in the East of the AFC with a much stronger Buffalo and New England.

Last week, the expensively paid cornerback Jones was injured (82,500,000 dollars in five years) and he will not be able to play in Jacksonville. Under question for guests is playing De Vante Parker’s first receiver. Although the host started the 101st NFL championship better, an uncertain game is expected, and we give a small advantage to the guests from Miami