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Colts vs. Jaguars final score: Crushed at home again, 27-10

Although the season appeared as though it couldn't get worse, somehow it did.

Al Messerschmidt

I thought that even if the Jaguars lost to the Colts in a blowout at EverBank Field, there was no way that the 2012 season could actually get worse. Yet, somehow during a 27-10 loss, the Jaguars managed to make it worse by introducing a quarterback battle into their 1-8 season.

After Blaine Gabbert went down with what appeared to be further injury to his already injured shoulder, Chad Henne came in and led the Jaguars to their first and only touchdown of the game as he found Cecil Shorts III. Never mind that he threw an easy interception that was saved by the defensive back falling down. Never mind that he checked the ball down on fourth and 16 before getting bailed out by a penalty. Henne was apparently better than Gabbert.

Regardless, at 1-8 the Jaguars can no longer have a winning season and may be well on their way to the first pick on the draft. It appears as though their only competition are the Chiefs. Yay. At least Mike Mularkey got mad, guys!