Weather delay hits NFL game: Kickoff of Ravens at Jaguars moved back after lightning spotted in Jacksonville

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The Ravens-Jaguars video game in Jacksonville was expected to begin at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, however that didn’t take place due to severe weather condition in the location. 

The 2 groups got a complete warmup in, however after they returned to the locker space, there was lightning identified within 10 miles of TIAA Bank Stadium, which suggested required the NFL to postpone the video game up until 1:25 p.m. ET. 

Although things looked threatening in Jacksonville for some time, which you can see below, the clouds ultimately cleaned up and the skies are anticipated to be bright when the 2 groups lastly begin.  

The Ravens (7-3), who presently are the top place group in the AFC North, are preferred by simply 3 points over the 3-7 Jaguars. 

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