Gus Bradley likely needs to go 5-1 to keep his job with Jacksonville Jaguars - ESPN.com
With the losses mounting, it’s pretty clear Jacksonville Jaguarshead coach Gus Bradley is in the final weeks of his tenure. Nothing is definite until owner Shad Khan makes it so, but at this point, the Jaguars would likely need to win at least five of their remaining six games for Bradley to be retained for the 2017-18 season. The Jaguars haven’t won more than five games in any of Bradley’s three previous seasons, so winning five in the next six weeks — especially given the way the team played in the first 10 games — is unrealistic.
Jacksonville Jaguars guaranteed another non-winning season - BigCatCountry.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars lost their fifth straight game today, dropping them to an overall record of 2-8 on the season, meaning the best they can finish is 8-8(lol yeah right). That means that the Jags will, once again, not finish with a winning record. The last time they had one was 2007, so it will be at least a decade for Jacksonville being unable to shatter the .500 glass ceiling.
Story repeats itself again for Jacksonville Jaguars - Jaguars.com
The story repeated itself. Yet again. Sure, Sunday’s Jaguars loss featured important differences from the four before it – multiple takeaways and multiple lead changes chief among them. And the emotion and guts shown by linebacker Telvin Smith will burn in the memory. But in the end, the Jaguars lost. Again.