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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Team too cautious on offense

Gus Bradley thinks his Jaguars team played too cautiously on offense and more team news for your Tuesday.

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Gus Bradley: Jacksonville Jaguars offense played too cautiously -
Jacksonville Jaguars coach Gus Bradley thinks he knows why his offense performed so poorly in Sunday's 20-9 loss to Carolina. The players were too tentative and worried about screwing up rather than just doing what they had been doing in practice and the preseason. It's not the same as playing scared, but it's still pretty concerning.

Jaguars lose to Panthers in frustrating fashion -
The Jacksonville Jaguars lost to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday 20-9, in a game that was much closer than the score and a game that many people thought they'd win. Realistically, it was a game the Jaguars could have and maybe should have won, but they once again shot themselves in the foot too many times and still aren't at the point where they can overcome that many mistakes. It's 7:44 p.m. on Sunday as I write this and I wanted you to know that because I'm still just a little drunk and the feeling is still raw.

Jaguars literally "drop the ball" in loss on Sunday -
When players use the phrase "we beat ourselves" it is typically an adage of hubris, as the team looks to save face. However, Week 1's loss to the Carolina Panthers was a defeat that was seemingly self-inflicted in every way for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Key stats in Jaguars vs. Panthers season opener -
Here's a look at some of the key stats from the Panthers win over the Jaguars.