Listen: Jaguars, New England Patriots, Stephen A Smith discussed on SportsCenter All Night
"The Jaguars this week on the Stephen a Smith show to see them in three and three. I'm surprised look I thought they were the top defenses in the NFL last year. You saw what they didn't AFC championship game going all the way there with Blake Bortles. But watching them against Dallas. I mean, they they didn't get off the bus. I mean, Dallas dominated them game from minute one, two minutes sixty. And so I thought Jacksonville would really build on that. I mean, the environment they've created with Doug Marrone and Tom Coughlin, and it's toughness. I didn't think they would read their own press clippings, so to speak, and so they're they're going to have a chance to be in it because their defense is legit. But to go down to Dallas not be able to. Able to score a point like that. I opening a lot of ways I think we all when we looked at the season thought man, you would never said they would be three in three after six games Jason Witten with Stephen a Smith this week on ESPN radio Texan safety. Andre Hal practice Wednesday less than a month after he announced his Hodgkin's lymphoma is in remission, according to Adam Schefter. How is going to play his first game of the season on Sunday? Patriots and bears. In Chicago source telling us fans, Adam Schefter, patriots tight end. Rob gronkowski. Not expected to play gronkowski did not travel with the team to Chicago limited in practice during the week with ankle in back issues. ESPN NFL analyst Tedy Bruschi appearing on NFL live on the bears offense going up against the patriots defense coming off of consecutive weeks where the New England Patriots have played the Kansas City Chiefs with Andy Reid, and then of course, Matt Nagy who's coming over from the chiefs. You're wondering what kind of similarities there will be in? There will be some in terms of this shifts said motioning, but the personnel. Is different. They don't have a Travis Kelsey on this offense. And that was the focus for the patriots."