JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Mo Cowman, chairman of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, today predicted that the Jacksonville Jaguars will "stampede into Gillette Stadium" and give the New England Patriots a run for their money in the National Football League American Conference divisional playoff tilt Saturday night. Inspired by the Jaguars' oversized personnel and simple-minded playing philosophy of coach Jack "Meat Head" Del Rio, Cowman said he hasn't been this excited since Ben Roethlisburger was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers. "The Jaguars should lobby the league for a name change to the Steers," Cowman said with a smile, addressing reporters during a team send-off Friday morning. "We at the NCBA like their meat-on-the-hoof approach to football. Big and dumb. Ya know, the pig farmers had Coy Bacon, who played defensive line for the San Diego Chargers back in the day. But we've got Big Ben and the Jags, and were mighty proud to see them square off against each other last week." Cowman called the Jaguars-Patriots game a "high-steaks affair" whose prime-time national spotlight should help raise awareness of beef as a nutritious protein source in the American diet. The Jaguars are flying into T.F. Green Airport in Providence on a cargo plane crewed by NCBA employees. Del Rio has his team overnighting Friday at the Acme Meat Locker transit terminal, after which they will be trucked in to Gillette Stadium on livestock rigs. Del Rio has requested that the temperature in the visitors' lockerroom be reduced to 35 degrees to retard spoilage, and that feeding troughs be installed for a pre-game meal of milled oats and ground corn. Asked about his offensive strategy vs. the 16-0 Patriots, Del Rio grunted, huffed, and responded, "We're just gonna moooooove the ball."