Published: Mon, November 06, 2017
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Jaguars assert their dominance over Bengals, 23-7

Jaguars assert their dominance over Bengals, 23-7

The first-ever meeting between blue-chippers A.J. Green and Jalen Ramsey ended early Sunday when Cincinnati star receiver and Jacksonville's No. 1 corner were ejected for fighting. Eventually both teams came out and a brawl ensued.

Both Green and Ramsey were ejected.

Green is a UGA alum.

Fournette is sixth in the National Football League in rushing thus far in 2017 with 596 yards rushing in just six games.

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

Bortles would connect with Lee on a touchdown pass to take a 10-0 lead and never looked back. Green had 38 catches for 572 yards and four touchdowns coming into the weekend.

With the Jaguars returning from their bye week against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, Yeldon will get another chance to show what he can do.

Cole made a leaping, one-handed grab for a gain of 28 yards on third-and-12 from the Bengals' 45 to put the Jaguars in the red zone. Bortles completed six of nine passes on the drive for 58 yards, and Ivory rushed three times for 24 yards. Jaguars linebacker Myles Jack was the first to reach the players and tried to pull Green off Ramsey.

The Jaguars also on Sunday played with starting center Brandon Linder starting at right guard and Tyler Shatley starting at center. The rushing score was Cincinnati's second of the season.

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