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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Latest loss creates 'some frustration' among team

Sunday's 51-17 loss to the Patriots was "disappointing" and created "some frustration" according to head coach Gus Bradley.

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Latest lopsided loss creates "some frustration" for Jacksonville Jaguars -
The latest and greatest blowout of Jaguars coach Gus Bradley's tenure was "disappointing" and created "some frustration." "I told the team that's a good thing and shows they're invested," Bradley said Monday. The 51-17 debacle at New England also seemingly negated all the progress Jacksonville made a week earlier by beating Miami. It was the most points the Jaguars have allowed in a game, tied the most lopsided loss in Bradley's three seasons.

Stock improving for Allen Hurns, going down for Gus Bradley -
The Jacksonville Jaguars' list of injured players and their prognosis for the upcoming week of practice required two sheets of paper. That pretty much sums up the first three weeks of the 2015 season.

Jaguars need to call Bears about possible trades -
e Jacksonville Jaguars still lack some pass rush and have taken a hit on defense, at least injury-wise. Defensive end Andre Branch is expected back at practice this week, but even so the pass rush is still a big issue for the Jaguars. It appears the Chicago Bears are having a fire sale on their roster, dumping players from the previous regime who don't fit their current system.

Injuries pile on for the Jaguars -
Another week, another massive injury update. The Jacksonville Jaguars were beaten up and manhandled by the New England Patriots on Sunday and the aftermath wasn't pretty on Monday. Unfortunately, the Jaguars updated the media on the injuries throughout the roster and the team's training room is turning into a not-so-exclusive club.