By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to Deadspin, a Jacksonville Jaguars fan knocked out a Houston Texans fan on Sunday. The person, who was punched, was knocked out cold.
It’s not clear exactly what happened the incident. A Jaguars fan, who was wearing a Pete Mitchell jersey, attempted to hold back the Texans fan.
Yet, immediately afterward, several other Jaguars fans, got into the Texans’ fan’s face. Seconds later, the Texans fan was out cold after being sucker punched.
At this time, we do not know if there were any arrests made from the incident. Or if the Jaguars have been able to find, who the fan was, and levied a punishment — possibly a lifetime ban — against the individual.
A woman, possibly the girlfriend of the guy, or a relative, went after the individual, who sucker punched the guy. The individual, who was punched, was out cold on the steps, as security and police went to protect the woman, as another officer would appear to check on the guy in the first video.
The Jaguars fell to 3-4 after Sunday’s loss to the Texans. Jacksonville was defeated 20-7.
They have now lost three straight games. In both games, the Jaguars have been outscored 60-14 in the past two games.
If you add in the loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, they have been beaten 90-28 in the three-game losing streak. Jacksonville has not won since defeating the New York Jets 31-12 in Week 4.
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