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Aaron Curtis (from left) Ridley Bruorton and Bob Bruorton wait for the Jaguars game to come on television. Players Grille, south of San Marco, had the Jacksonville Jaguars and other NFL teams on the televisions as well as Hurricane Irma coverage for a packed house on Sunday, September 9, 2017, in Jacksonville, Florida. (Bruce Lipsky/Florida Times-Union)

by: Times-Union photographers

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Players Grille, south of San Marco, had the Jacksonville Jaguars and other NFL teams on the televisions as well as Hurricane Irma coverage for a packed house on Sunday, September 9, 2017, in Jacksonville, Florida. (Bruce Lipsky/Florida Times-Union)

by: Times-Union photographers

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Players Grille, south of San Marco, had the Jacksonville Jaguars and other NFL teams on the televisions as well as Hurricane Irma coverage for a packed house on Sunday, September 9, 2017, in Jacksonville, Florida. (Bruce Lipsky/Florida Times-Union)

by: Times-Union photographers

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Dave Christiansen (left) celebrates with John Michaels and their dogs as they watch the Jaguars play the Texans during the approach of Hurricane Irma at Hurricane Grill Sunday, September 10, 2017 in Jacksonville, Florida. Christiansen, who just moved to Jacksonville from Phoenix, was experiencing his first hurricane. (Will Dickey/Florida Times-Union)

by: Times-Union photographers

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Jonathan Johnson (left) and Brandon Hamilton (Bortles jersey) watch the Jaguars play the Texans during the approach of Hurricane Irma at Hurricane Grill Sunday, September 10, 2017 in Jacksonville, Florida.(Will Dickey/Florida Times-Union)

by: Times-Union photographers

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Atlantic Beach resident Linda Butler applauds what appeared to be a TD the Jags scored one play later. On Sunday Sept. 10, 2017 the Dick's Wings on Mayport Road was open for business and Jaguar fans watched the game against Houston on a number of televisions around the restaurant next to screens showing the progress and damage caused by Hurricane Irma. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)

by: Times-Union photographers

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Jacksonville Beach residents Gary Winthorpe (from left) and Chuck Hammonds celebrate a Jaguars score in the 1st half. On Sunday Sept. 10, 2017 the Dick's Wings on Mayport Road was open for business and Jaguar fans watched the game against Houston on a number of televisions around the restaurant next to screens showing the progress and damage caused by Hurricane Irma. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)

by: Times-Union photographers

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Jaguar fans support their team from area sports bars as Hurricane Irma heads this way.