The Jacksonville Jaguars got flat out embarrassed. There is no other way to put it.
It was evident from the first drive that the San Diego Chargers were going to punch the Jaguars in the mouth, where the Chargers drove down the field and scored a touch down in 7 plays, including two gut punching runs by Melvin Gordon for 21 yards, and Danny Woodhead for 23 yards to take the 7-0 lead.
The Jaguars then proceeded to go three and out, and after a nice stop by the defense, Blake Bortles threw an interception in the first quarter for the second straight week, which happened to be deja vu like in a tipped interception which was targeted at Marqise Lee. The Chargers quickly answered on a 7 play, 34 yard drive which ended in a touchdown pass from Rivers to Travis Benjamin to extend their lead to 14-0.
The Jaguars created some momentum on the next drive, with a 19 yard pass to Allen Hurns, and a nifty 15 yard run by TJ Yeldon. Unfortunately, the drive was held short, forcing the Jaguars to settle for a field goal. The 54 yard field goal was missed by Myers, who had previously made 16 straight field goal attempts.
How did San Diego respond to that? Just like you'd expect, with a 5 play, 56 yard drive, highlighted by a by a 43 yard reception by Travis Benjamin, and capped off with a 2 yard touchdown pass to Antonio Gates. Giving the Chargers a 21-0 lead
The Jaguars demise continued, as the next offensive possession Bortles was sacked, and fumbled giving the Chargers excellent field position.
The Chargers were primed to take a huge lead before the half, but one of the only bright moments of the game happened, as Yannick Ngakoue recorded his first sack, and stripped Rivers n the pocket, resulting in a fumble recovery by Johnathan Cyprien.
Again when the Jaguars seemed to be finally moving the ball, things turned against them, as Bortles threw a awful pass for an interception to Casey Hayward, who grabbed his second of the day.
To make matters worse, in a last hope drive to end the half, the Jaguars got in field goal position. Then proceeded to allow a sack on Bortles, followed by a screen play with 9 seconds left, which made absolutely no sense.
The second half didn't get any better for the Jaguars, as they went three and out, then gave up a touchdown on the following possession. Rivers threw to Tyrell Williams on a crossing pattern, and he went almost untouched to the end-zone, as he proceeded to break tackles and rip the Jaguars hearts out, as the extended their lead to 28-0.
The Jaguars offense continued to be uninspiring, and the Chargers put the final nail in the coffin, with a 45 yard bomb to Travis Benjamin.
The rest of the game became irrelevant at that point, aside from any devastating injuries. The Jags bad luck continued, as left Tackle Kelvin Beachum went down with a concussion.
Bortles then threw a garbage time touchdown to Marcedes Lewis, putting the Jaguars on the board 35-7.
The Chargers followed that up with a 11 play, 36 yard drive which ended in a 25 yard field goal by Josh Lambo, giving them a 38-7 lead.
The Jags ended the game with a touchdown pass from Bortles to Corey Grant, putting the final score at 38-14.
This game marked the worst loss in the Gus Bradley era, which is one hell of an accomplishment considering some of the losses they have had.