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Jaguars coaching staff, front office and quarterback should be fired as team blows biggest loss in a decade

Pittsburgh Steelers v Jacksonville Jaguars Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images

The Jacksonville Jaguars should request for the NFL to realign them back to the AFC Central.

The Pittsburgh Steelers came back from down 16-0 in the third quarter to defeat the Jacksonville Jaguars on a last second quartback rush from two yards out by Ben Roethlisberger, 20-16.

The defense played nearly flawless for three and a half quarters, with Jalen Ramsey owning Antonio Brown and registering two interceptions, Barry Church’s old ass also even got a pick, that’s how dominant they played, but it wasn’t enough.

Leonard Fournette ran his ass off and showed explosiveness and power once again after being out with a hamstring almost all of 2018 thus far, but it wasn’t enough.

It wasn’t enough, because this team continues to trot out a quarterback who cannot complete a forward pass, read a coverage, and avoid running into sacks after two seconds in the National Football League. Period.

This loss is the worst regular season loss I can think of in at least a decade. It falls on this front office and offensive coaching staff who believe we should continue with this abortion because of their own reluctance to admit they were terribly wrong.

One side played well enough to dominate the Steelers, another side as has so often been the case for two seasons now, did enough to ensure they stole defeat from the jaws of victory because of the guy under center.

Fire everyone.