Having to face theáIndianapolis Colts áand theáNew England Patriots áin back to back weekends was the perfect measuring stick for this franchise. After months of getting by on beating teams in the bottom half of the league, the scheduling gods (unbeknownst to them) afforded two trials by which the reality of Jaguar football could be defined. That the team failed them both should not be surprising nor disappointing. During the game Jack Del Rio looked like a war general who knew he was leading his troops into certain doom.áIn his postgame interview the words echoed his body language.
"We're just not able to rush the quarterback well enough or ácover their receivers well enough to slow them down and I think that was pretty obvious early."
He further noted theáJagua ...
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