Fournette slashed through the Steelers for 109 rushing yards and three touchdowns.
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One franchise is the established winner, heavy favorite and earned its reputation by thriving in situations like Sunday's AFC Championship game.The challenger and 10-point under Jacksonville Jaguars (12-6) are new to the party, having gone 1-10 against the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots (14-3) all-time and 0-10 since the 1999 wild-card game.If all goes according to plan for the Jaguars, the key on offense is the front five blocking to drive wedges in the Patriots' maligned run defense and running back Leonard Fournette putting Jacksonville on his back.Fournette slashed through the Steelers for 109 rushing yards and three touchdowns. New England's run defense was stomped by some of the best in the NFL this season – Kareem Hunt of the Chiefs went for 148 yards, Melvin Gordon of the Chargers had 132, LeSean McCoy had a 164-yard day for the Bills and Kenyan Drake of the Dolphins put up 134 rushing yards.
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