The New England Patriots and New York Jets are both in the playoffs and have a chance to win the Super Bowl.
Both teams are under fire, and there is a lot of controversy surrounding their respective fans.
Here’s what to do when you’re a fan of one team.
By Jonathan GivensAssociated PressAssociated Press writerAssociated Press writersJACKSONVILLE, Fla.
(AP) In a city known for its love of its stars, Jacksonville, Fla., has been a place of controversy over the past two years.
In July, the NFL announced that the Jaguars would be banned from postseason games due to an array of health concerns.
The team and the league later announced that their season would be postponed and that they were going to have a new contract signed in January.
In December, Jacksonville Police Chief John Urquhart announced that officers were investigating whether a fan had been killed while visiting the team’s stadium, the Jaguars’ Estadio Tampico, and a man had been arrested for that crime.
In March, Jaguars owner Shad Khan announced that he had hired an independent outside consultant to help investigate allegations of violence, including an allegation that two Jaguars fans punched a man at a football game.
Khan later said he was “confident” the allegations were false.
A month later, a police officer in Jacksonville was killed while responding to a domestic violence call.
In June, a Jacksonville man was killed in a hit-and-run.
And then there’s the issue of the NFL’s bounty program.
The league suspended former Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill for one game in October for a hit to the head of a man in which he was injured.
Hill was fined $5,000 and suspended for two games.
Hill’s team said he hit the man in the head while he was driving the vehicle.
A week later, the Bengals announced that they had signed Hill.
Two days later, Hill was suspended by the league.
The Bengals later said they would no longer be involved in the bounty program, but the team said they had no comment on the allegations.
In October, two people were arrested in Miami on charges of murder in the death of a 27-year-old man.
The two were charged with aggravated assault.
The victim, Andre Hernández, was found dead inside his home on March 16, 2017.
A day later, Miami Police announced they had arrested an unnamed person in connection with the death.
The man in question was identified by police as 25-year old Joseph Avila.
Investigators later released a composite sketch that showed the man wearing a blue baseball hat and blue jeans.
Avila is being held in the Miami County Jail without bond.
He has been charged with murder and robbery.
In November, the commissioner’s office said the bounty scandal was being investigated by the NFL Players Association, which said it would review the allegations “in the context of our collective bargaining agreement with the league.”
The league did not immediately respond to a request for comment.