The Jaguars got pummeled, destroyed, and whooped.
There are so many ways to put it but they simply got beat. Not only did they get beat, but for the third straight week they were defeated by more than 20 points.
They’re soft. That is the best way to describe the way this team has played in the last month.
To make it worse, all these losses have came against all three of their divisional rivals. The Texans, Colts, and Titans (in that order).
The Jaguars are officially the worst team in the division and there is no denying it.
Today’s loss was embarrassing to watch (to say the least) as Derrick Henry did his usual beatdown of the Jaguars on his way for 159 yards on 19 carries, and 2 touchdowns which came within the span of 20 seconds.
DERRICK HENRY DOES IT AGAIN.
— NFL (@NFL) November 24, 2019
Ryan Tannehill (who, by the way, is an immense upgrade for the Titans instead of Marcus Mariota) added four touchdowns of his own. That’s including two on the ground.
And the Jaguars?
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Well they didn’t do much.
Nick Foles looked like a vintage Blaine Gabbert out there today, looking very shaky. Only positive you can take away is that he didn’t commit any turnovers. If anything, it was just the lack of an offensive flow that was upsetting to watch. There were a lot of checkdowns and not enough big plays.
Leonard Fournette arguably had his best game of the season today, although a lot of his stats were padded in garbage time. He finished with 97 yards and 2 touchdowns on the ground, and also added 9 catches for 62 yards.
The defense, as stated previously, played horrible again. They are a shell of the 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars defense. Their isn’t a lot of pass rush, and they are probably one of the worst tackling teams in the entire league. It is a shame to watch.
So, what’s next?
Well, nothing for now.
Doug Marrone stated that he is not looking to make a change at coordinator nor quarterback.
Jaguars coach Doug Marrone says he’s not considering a change at defensive coordinator or quarterback.
— Michael DiRocco (@ESPNdirocco) November 25, 2019
Of course, anything can happen within the next couple of days.
Marrone could truly be relieved of his duties tomorrow after coaching his team to three straight 20 point losses. This would lead to a whole staff change.
We will see what happens in the next couple of days.
The Jaguars are back at home and host the Buccaneers next week.
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