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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Interception, fumble cost them game vs. Falcons

Turnovers are the main talking point when discussing Sunday's loss to the Falcons and more Jaguars news for your Monday morning.

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Interception, fumble cost Jacksonville Jaguars game vs. Atlanta Falcons -
Ball security cost the Jacksonville Jaguars a chance to beat Atlanta at EverBank Field on Sunday. Quarterback Blake Bortles threw a late first-half interception that the Falcons turned into three points, and Bortles and running back Denard Robinson had fourth-quarter fumbles that cost the Jaguars when they were trying to extend drives deep in their own territory. The result was a 23-17 Jacksonville loss that snapped the Falcons’ six-game losing streak.

Jaguars vs. Falcons final score: 4 observations from Sunday's loss -
The Jacksonville Jaguars fell 23-17 to the Atlanta Falcons in another game that seemed like it just slipped through their fingers. For a home finale it was an entertaining -- albeit frustrating -- game. With the loss, what did we learn about the Jaguars?

Julio Jones breaks Roddy White's catch record vs. Jaguars -
With Julio Jones' 116th reception of the season, which came fairly early in the Falcons-Jaguars game today, he broke the single season record once held by Roddy White. If you're debating the greatest receiver in franchise history, it basically comes down to those two guys, so this feels apropos.

Jaguars still alive in playoff race, but hope is fading -
The Jacksonville Jaguars still have a glimmer of hope for the playoffs, but that scenario seems improbable following their 23-17 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.