The Jacksonville Jaguars trail entering halftime against the Buffalo Bills 17-10, but could easily be down quite a bit more. The Jaguars first team offense led by David Garrard began the game with two straight 3-and-outs, where the offense looked completely out of sorts. Garrard connected on his first 3 of 4 passes, then didn't complete another pass until there was 1:48 left in the half. He ended some drives on bad overthrows and taking a sack when he had plenty of time to throw the ball.
The Jaguars wound up scoring on an improbable run by Garrard, where he broke 62 tackles to scramble for a 4-yard touchdown. The drive was assisted by a 15-yard horse collar penalty and a questionable defensive pass interference call, that looked like it could have been offensive. Garrard wound up going 5 of 7 for 55 yards against Bills back up defenders in the two-minute drill.Defensively, the Jaguars were actually worse than the offense. Ryan Fitzpatrick shredded the Jaguars defense, completing all 10 of his first 10 passes. The pass rush was nearly non-existent and the pass coverage wasn't much better. Rashean Mathis was burned deep for a touchdown and safety Dawan Landry was late on coverage for another touchdown.