The Jacksonville Jaguars have achieved a not-so-good milestone.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have made history. Their 27-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers helped the team get to the century mark for losses under owner Shahid Khan. He is now the second-fastest owner to reach that milestone in the history of the league with only 141 total games including playoffs to do so.
To put it in historical context, only New Orleans Saints owner John Mecom (141 games) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Hugh Culverhouse (140 games) are the only other NFL owners to reach the mark in the same number of games or less.
It really is quite impressive when you think about how inept this team has been under Khan’s watch. Only 41 of his 141 total games have been wins. That’s a 29% winning percentage over the course of eight years as owner, and if you take out the one great season in 2017 in which the team totaled 12 wins, including playoffs, the winning percentage drops to 23 percent.
To add insult to injury, the team is amidst arguably its worst season since Khan took over. After notching a win against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 1, the ‘Jags’ have rattled off nine losses in a row following a drubbing to the Steelers in which rookie quarterback Jake Luton threw four interceptions and finished the contest with a passer rating of 15.5.