Jaguars' Marrone hasn't watched a Super Bowl in decades
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Doug Marrone didn't watch Super Bowl LII. In fact, it's been decades since the Jacksonville Jaguars head coach last tuned in for the big game.

Marrone made the revelation on a conference call Wednesday ahead of the Jaguars' AFC Championship Game rematch against the New England Patriots, explaining that he's "usually so pissed off" he can't handle watching it.

"I just don't watch it. That's all," Marrone said. "I watch enough tape during the year."

He was then asked when he last watched the big game.

"Probably when I wasn't coaching and I was allowed to gamble. Probably when I was like 12 ... when I had a little money on it," Marrone replied. "You guys write that. I'll probably get (expletive) investigated."

Marrone added that he didn't review tape from Super Bowl LII to prepare for Sunday's matchup with the Patriots, but he's sure other Jaguars coaches have.

"I think our defensive and offensive coaches obviously have watched it," he said.

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