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No Jaguars staff changes, says Gus Bradley

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Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan said on Thursday evening after the game he wouldn't be firing head coach Gus Bradley. Most thought that someone would end up getting the sword and that if it wasn't Bradley, surely there would be a sacrificial lamb. It appears that won't be the case, either, according to Bradley.

‘"No,’ Bradley said flatly when he was asked if there was any thought to making changes to anyone on his coaching staff.

There was some thought that of Bradley was not fired and the offense once again laid an egg, it could spell the end for Greg Olson. Obviously, that's not going to happen but we shouldn't really surprised. Bradley hasn't been one to fire people that objectively should be fired in season and only when his hand is seemingly forced to do so, like Jedd Fisch and Bob Babich.

So it's going to be more of the same for the Jaguars going forward after a 2-5 start, with a 14-41 record since 2013.

What’s the definition of insanity again?