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Jacksonville Jaguars Leonard Fournette’s 17 carries and a touchdown helped his team win big in London against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 3 of the 2017 …

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  1. As a previously diehard NFL fan, this breaks my heart to do, but I am having to let you go NFL Network. I can't justifiably support an organization that doesn't stand up for the same convictions that I do (pro-America). Hopefully you people come to understand that you are nothing more than an enjoyable distraction for mainstream America… and you are biting the hand that feeds you. Adios!

  2. For the not too smart ones that didn't watch the game and only judging him on these highlights, Fournette did have three runs over 10+ yards that were called back because of holding. Unfortunately, those runs don't count. I'm just saying the stat sheet doesn't tell the whole picture. Fournette gassed the hell out of the Ravens.

    He's still on pace for a 1100 yard rushing season for 12+ TDs so keep on hating if you want, #904Nette is producing for Jacksonville. Even with a somewhat decent O-Line.

  3. Fournette is the main reason our offense is working. He gets solid yards almost every play and that allows for bottles to not have to work to hard for yards which as we know leads to interceptions.

  4. People are hating on his #s but the stats say he runs against the highest percentage of stacked boxes. Personally, I feel like he hasn't been near full potential. There's a few times this season where Fournette could bust outside for more yards and possibly a touchdown. But he ducks his shoulder tryna to destroy a poor defender. He'll start to see those openings. I respect his power. You gotta remember he's not running behind a great o line

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