The Jacksonville Jaguars were due to lose again at some point

San Francisco 49ers v Jacksonville Jaguars
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The Jacksonville Jaguars are one of the best teams in the NFL. They came into Sunday's game with one of the best records in the NFL and a five-game winning streak. It was truly a fun run over the last month.

Now, they are looking to keep that going as we hit the stretch run of the season. Coming off a bye-week, the Jaguars had the stone-cold San Francisco 49ers in town. That team started 6-0 before losing three straight to come into this game with the same record as the Jags.

You had to figure that the 49ers were due to win. They are too good to lose four straight and needed to end that type of streak badly.

In the same breath, you have to admit that the Jaguars were due to lose. It is hard to get on these crazy winning streaks but the Jaguars managed to put together a nice one.

The Jacksonville Jaguars didn't have a good game for the first time in a while.

Finally, the 49ers and Jaguars each ended their streaks. It turned out to be a very tough one as San Francisco won the game 34-3. It was pretty much a blowout as the Jags had no answer for them in this matchup.

The offense was bad as they couldn't even get it in the endzone. The defense was bad as they allowed a ton of points. This is just the opposite of what the Jaguars have been all season long.

The Jaguars came into this one as the best team in the league against the opposition's opening drive. None of their opponents had a touchdown against them on their opening drive and they only allowed one field goal.

Well, they allowed a 49ers touchdown in this game which ended up being the tale of the game as the Jags just didn't do any of the good things that we are used to seeing from them.

Well, they now can regroup and get ready for their next opponent. That will be the Tennessee Titans next Sunday in Jacksonville. That type of divisional game will be tough coming off a loss but things aren't going to be easy for anyone going forward. Hopefully, this is a lesson that they can bounce back from.

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