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NFL Week 16: Jaguars vs. Jets live blog

Let’s go get that No. 1 overall pick, y’all.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars (2-12) are traveling to play the New York Jets (3-11) in a game where the winner (loser) will all but wrap up securing the No. 1 overall pick.

Let’s go!

Here’s everything you need to know to watch, listen, and follow the game.

It’s live blog time...

3:29 PM: Offensive linemen have scored 50% of the touchdowns so far at MetLife. Today’s game has reached unsustainable levels of DGAF.

2:53 PM: A pair of dropped interceptions (the former more forgivable than the latter) has led to 10 of 16 points by the Jets. Eat Arby’s.

2:49 PM: I’m not kidding when I say that you or I could have made that dropped interception by K’Lavon Chaisson.

1:51 PM: I simply cannot with the Jaguars anymore. 101-yard kick return for a touchdown for the Jets — second week in a row.

1:45 PM: You cannot stop Will Richardson. You can only hope to contain him.

1:43 PM: Quite possibly the second-worst way to end this season. Trevor Lawrence going down with this injury would be the worst. Awful end to an embarrassing season for how this coaching staff treated James Robinson.

1:27 PM: I say this without hyperbole — this Zach Wilson run is the most embarrassing touchdown the Jaguars have given up since that 99-yarder from Derrick Henry.


11:30 AM: So many COVID absences that the Jaguars had to make just two players inactive.

11:27 AM: This is because we played the Ghostbusters theme song over Sam Darnold’s interceptions, isn’t it?

10:57 AM: Fitting.

10:47 AM: I just want to go on record and say that I’m not in favor of Trent Baalke sticking around to make even more mistakes for this franchise. It’s tough to know exactly who held the power when it came to free agency or the NFL Draft — but Baalke was certainly a part of it and the team (largely) whiffed in both cases.

10:13 AM: I actually... like... these candidates? It’s arguable how much of a hand that Doug Pederson played in his being let go, and Jim Caldwell has been a good coach fighting uphill no matter where he’s been. These are fine candidates to take over in Jacksonville, but I’d rather take a swing on Byron Leftwich.

10:11 AM: Another one bites the dust for the Jaguars — they’ll be without Myles Jack at linebacker today due to COVID protocols.