It wasn't enough to prevent the second Jacksonville TV blackout of the season. It isn't enough to cushion the financial blow the Jaguars are taking from more than 20,000 unsold tickets. It won't be enough, if it continues, to keep the team from looking hard at relocation. But during Sunday's 37-17 rout of the Tennessee Titans, the 46,031 Jacksonville faithful in attendance made Jacksonville Municipal Stadiumùwhich seats 67,164ùfeel like the legitimate home of an NFL team. They didn't do it with sheer decibels. The stadium's design, unfortunately, is such that even the noise of a packed house would float away into the open air. Tennessee's only false start came when left tackle Michael Roos tried to get a head start on pass protection in the fourth quarter. They didn't do it with nastine ...
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