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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Why is this team still searching for solutions?

A team midway through Year 3 of its rebuild shouldn't still be searching for answers, and more team news for your Monday morning.

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Why are the Jacksonville Jaguars still searching for solutions? -
While I am sure I know this team and a majority of its players very well, I still haven't figured out how a squad with so much talent has completely failed to execute as a whole over the span of six games. This team wants to win, but seems to lack the prowess on the field and on the sideline to execute as a winner.

Jaguars let their opponent set the tone again and lose... again -
The Jacksonville Jaguars lost aa-aa to the Houston Texans on Sunday. Just like they lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers the Sunday before that. And the Indianapolis Colts the Sunday before that. And the New England Patriots the Sunday before... You probably get it.

View from the O-Zone: Same bad feeling -
Gus Bradley tried to sum it up: "Obviously, the game didn’t play out like we hoped," the Jaguars’ head coach said. The quarterback was more succinct. Asked if a 31-20 loss to the Houston Texans at EverBank Field hurt worse than the Jaguars’ other four losses this season, Blake Bortles answered simply. "No, they all suck equally," he said.

The Jaguars need to fire Gus Bradley -
The Jacksonville Jaguars move to 1-5 on the season, once again looking listless and dropping their fourth game in a row. Not only did they drop their fourth game in a row, but they lost their third game in a row against another bad team where they very well probably should have won the game. It's time to fire head coach Gus Bradley. It's just not working.