Jacksonville Jaguars: Studs and duds in 25-17 loss vs Browns
The Jacksonville Jaguars loss another game despite change at quarterback.
There are certainly different ways to look at the Jacksonville Jaguars‘ 25-27 loss to the Cleveland Browns in Week 12. On one hand, their offense showed signs of life with quarterback Mike Glennon at the helm. On the downside, the ‘Jags’ had the same results on the field and dropped their 10th straight game of the season.
We don’t blame you if you’re tired of seeing this Jacksonville team play hard only to fall short at the last minute. They make things interesting for a while, but ultimately find a way to lose. This week was no different and even though there were some superb individual performances by some players, the squad couldn’t do enough to beat the Cleveland Browns.
The offense was definitely able to move the ball better than it had the week before. Glennon managed to keep drives alive and scored two touchdowns when the game was still within reach while running back James Robinson had another superb performance.
On the other hand, the Jaguars’ defense showed couldn’t stop the Browns’ offense and constantly gave up yards in chunks. The effect injuries have had in the unit is noticeable and to add insult to injury, defensive tackle DaVon Hamilton was carted off the field late in the game.
There were definitely some positives, but in the end, the Jaguars lost another game and it doesn’t seem like things will change substantially soon, at least not for the remainder of the 2020s season.
This Jacksonville team even fired general manager David Caldwell after the game, so expect changes within the organization in a not too distant future. In the meantime, here are three studs and three duds from Week 12.