Leonard Fournette Doesn't Need To Practice In Order To Face Patriots

The Giants’ most frustrating player got exposed — again

Modal Trigger Ereck Flowers Charles Wenzelberg New York Post

That can lead to some insane observations, but this week's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars is the most important game for the Patriots this season.

Not since he began coaching, because it's just a reminder that his team failed to get there.

Marrone responded that not only had he not watched the Super Bowl in question, he actually had not watched a Super Bowl in decades.

"I like [his chances of playing] now since the day's been going on more and more", Fournette said Thursday afternoon. I'm usually so pissed off I can't handle it.

Marrone's message that Fournette could play without practicing has been consistent throughout the week.

"I think our defensive and offensive coaches obviously have watched it", Marrone said of the Eagles' victory over the Patriots.

"I don't watch", Marrone said. The Patriots advanced to the Super Bowl after defeating Jacksonville in the AFC Championship last winter.

"I don't know why everyone doesn't believe that". "I might not be as comfortable and they would probably have to show me something".

He turned 54 this past July.

He added: "Probably when I was 12 - when I had a little money on it". On Sunday, the Jaguars play host to the Patriots at the TIAA Bank Field in one of the biggest home openers in franchise history.

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