Jaguars starting free safety Dwight Lowery was woozy heading to the sidelines after the second play of the game.Without him, the Jaguars secondary looked woozy for the remainder of the contest in Sunday’s 45-17 loss to Seattle at CenturyLink Field.Lowery, a sixth-year veteran, didn’t return to the game after suffering a head injury. Without him, the Jaguars had three rookies in the secondary. Starting cornerbacks Alan Ball (groin) and rookie Dwayne Gratz (ankle) missed the game.
Jacksonville Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said his team has to find out what it does well offensively and concentrate on that in order to improve. Right now, it’s not much. It’s understandable that the passing game is struggling considering two of the top playmakers -- tight end Marcedes Lewis and receiver Justin Blackmon -- have yet to play this season. But the fact the running game struggling is surprising.
Gus Bradley absolutely believes in the Jaguars’ players. At the same time, the first-year head coach said he expects more – and better – than how the Jaguars played in a 45-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in front of 68,087 at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on Sunday afternoon. "I believe in our team – I do," Bradley said after the Jaguars fell behind 24-0 at halftime and 38-10 at the end of the third quarter en route to a third consecutive loss to start the season. "I just believe we can do more, though – a lot more. We have to go through that journey together." The Jaguars were outgained 479-265 and Seattle had 28 first downs to 17 for the Jaguars, but Bradley said he saw at least a few positives late in the game.