Seahawks' Quinton Jefferson Tries To Fight Jaguars Fans In Ugly Scene

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And with the Jaguars looking to run out the clock during the game's final minute, things got heated between some of the players on the field.

The Jaguars were able to ice the game against the Seahawks, but they couldn't kneel without a fight from Seattle's players.

A Jaguars fan chose to toss a Gatorade bottle in Jefferson's direction, prompting the defensive end to try and have a word with the fans.

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The #Seahawks Quinton Jefferson trying to climb into the stands and fight a fan.

First defensive end Michael Bennett dove at the center's legs, which incited a kerfluffle that saw Sheldon Richardson get ejected for throwing a punch.

Jags rookie Leonard Fournette rushed for 101 yards and a touchdown, Blake Bortles threw for 268 yards and two TDs without interception, and the Jaguars' defence intercepted Seattle's Russell Wilson three times.

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Seahawks defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson was ejected for fighting, and as he made his way into the tunnel, turned back to argue with nearby fans in the stands.

Already in a state after being involved in a melee on the field, Jefferson was in no mood to defuse the situation, running over to the stands to confront the fans. On his way into the locker room, a drink was thrown at Jefferson, who stopped and walked back over to the fans instead of continuing his walk out of the stadium.

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