Leonard Fournette Benched By Jaguars For Team Rule Violation

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As the half wore down, Josh Lambo kicked a 56-yard field goal to gain some momentum headed to the locker room.

The Week 9 game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Jacksonville Jaguars featured a premier wide receiver-cornerback matchup featuring A.J.

Moments later, Ramsey's teammates tried to break up the fight, some choosing to do so by flying into the pile of players already scrapping on the ground. Hard to say why Ramsey was DQ'd unless he was warned earlier to shut up.

Fournette is sixth in the National Football League in rushing with 596 yards and has scored seven touchdowns in six games.

Both Green and Ramsey were ejected. According to Fox19 reporter Jeremy Rauch, Green wanted to keep going at Ramsey saying, "I want him".

The Jaguars also on Sunday played with starting center Brandon Linder starting at right guard and Tyler Shatley starting at center. Mickens, promoted to the 53-man roster on October 21, made a decisive move upfield, splitting the Bengals' cover unit before outracing them down the left sideline.

Jaydon Mickens iced the victory with a 63-yard punt return touchdown in the fourth quarter.

"Give me one more shot". As a team, the Jaguars lead the league with 35 sacks this season.

Even without star rookie running back Leonard Fournette, who was inactive for this game for breaking a team rule, Jacksonville stomped the Bengals to the tune of 23-7.

The Bengals continue their bad play on the road as they fall to 1-3 away from Paul Brown Stadium, and are now 3-5 on the season. It also sets them up next week against the Chargers, also at home, to take control of their own destiny and compete for the division title.

The Jaguars are tied for first place in the AFC South with the Tennessee Titans at the moment.

Could the Jaguars actually be part of the conversation to "flex" one of their home games into primetime? Linder sat out the last three games with an undisclosed illness.

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