It’s safe to say that Jacksonville Jaguars fans are frustrated not only with the 0-3 start, but the state of the franchise in general. Since the new regime of Gus Bradley and Dave Caldwell took over, the Jaguars are just 12-39. Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley says he does understand fan’s frustration with the results so far this season and during his tenure.
“I understand. The NFL [fans] are very passionate. They are a passionate fan base for our team,” Bradley told reporters in his press conference on Monday. “No one wants to get it more right than us. The coaches and the players – we are doing everything we can and we have to find more. As I said last night, we have to extract more from everyone. Clearly we understand what they are looking for. We have to find ways to help this team understand what it takes to win.”
Winning, especially in September, has been a big issue for Bradley and the Jaguars through his first four seasons as a coach. This week, the team heads for their annual trip to London and will be taking on the Indianapolis Colts, who pulled together a late win against a team that blew the doors off the Jaguars just a week ago. It’s a battle to get out of the cellar of the AFC South and it’s a game the Jaguars almost have to win, not just to ease fan frustration, but potentially to save jobs.