In one of the biggest home openers in franchise history, the Jaguars play the New England Patriots at 4:25 p.m. today at TIAA Bank Field in a rematch of last season’s AFC Championship game.

The Jaguars are coming off a 20-15 victory against the New York Giants in Week 1. The Patriots opened their season with a 27-20 victory against the Houston Texans.

Here are 10 things to know about today’s home opener.

1. Game time decision

The Jaguars are expected to make a game-time decision on whether running back Leonard Fournette will play because of a right hamstring injury he sustained in Week 1. On Friday, the Jaguars officially listed Fournette as questionable to play. Fournette received treatment, did light jogging on Thursday but was held out of practice for the entire week. Coach Doug Marrone said he would be comfortable playing Fournette Sunday if he missed the entire week of practice. If Fournette sits out, T.J. Yeldon would start.  

2. Big game

The game will be televised by CBS and will be available to markets in the South, Northeast, Midwest, Southwest, parts of the Northwest and Hawaii. Jim Nantz and Tony Romo will call the game for CBS. A sellout crowd is expected for the rematch of the AFC Championship game won by the Patriots, 24-20, at Gillette Stadium. Including the Jaguars’ AFC wildcard win over the Bills last season, Jacksonville has won six consecutive home games, tied for the third-longest winning streak in franchise history.

3. Myles Jack wasn’t down

Regardless of a new season, Jaguars fans haven’t forgotten last season’s AFC title game and specifically when linebacker Myles Jack forced a fumble in the fourth quarter by Patriots running back Dion Lewis, recovered it and appeared to have an open path toward the end zone with the Jaguars holding a 20-10 lead. But the officials whistled the play dead, giving possession to the Jaguars. A Jaguars fan group, Generation Jaguars, raised money for a ‘Myles Jack Wasn’t Down’ banner to be flown over the stadium today. The group began a Go Fund Me campaign two weeks ago that raised $1,835 as of Friday. The banner is expected to fly before kickoff if weather permits.

4. Challenge facing QB Tom Brady

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is 8-0 against the Jaguars, the only AFC team without a win against him. He has passed for 19 touchdowns while completing more than 70 percent of his passes against Jacksonville.

5. Patriots favored

The Patriots are a 1-point favorite. Jacksonville is 11-12 in home openers. The Jaguars are seeking their first home opener victory since 2011.

6. Wide receivers need to be downfield playmakers

A likely successful formula against the Patriots is quarterback Blake Bortles completing big-play downfield passes. However, the chemistry between Bortles and the receivers must improve. Wide receiver Donte Moncrief was held to one catch for 14 yards last week and Keelan Cole was held to three catches for 54 yards, with one of those a 31-yard grab on the Jaguars’ opening drive. Still, Cole has posted a catch of 30 yards or more in four of his last five games.

6. Who’s going to cover TE Rob Gronkowski?

Tight end Rob Gronkowski is Tom Brady’s top target. In last year’s AFC title game, Gronkowski got knocked out late in the second quarter after a helmet-to-helmet hit by safety Barry Church. If the plan is for cornerback Jalen Ramsey to to be isolated in one-on-one coverage against Gronkowski, the Jaguars are not disclosing. Gronkowski had seven catches for 123 yards and a touchdown last week.

7. No margin for error

In their victory against the Giants, the Jaguars were penalized 11 times for 119 yards. The Jaguars had a touchdown called back in the second quarter because offensive guard Andrew Norwell was penalized for illegal use of hands. Offensive tackle Cam Robinson was penalized twice for unnecessary roughness and a false start.

8. Will RB Corey Grant be featured more?

During the offseason, Jaguars offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett spoke about getting reserve running back Corey Grant more involved in the offense to take advantage of his tremendous speed. It didn’t happen in Week 1 with Grant getting only one carry for 3 yards. But Hackett indicated Thursday that Grant could likely be more involved against the Patriots. "We want him to be part of everything," Hackett said. "He’s definitely a guy you want to get the ball to."

9. Any chance to extend streak?

The Jaguars are one of three teams (Baltimore, New York Jets) that did not allow a red zone TD in Week 1. The Giants had two red-zone drives against the Jaguars, but they were held to two field goals.

10. Kicker perfection

Kicker Josh Lambo has never missed a field goal at TIAA Bank Field since joining the Jaguars last October. He is 12 of 12. Overall, Lambo has made 13 consecutive field goals, including two 39-yarders against the Giants.