Jaguars added their twentieth loss to Titans 37-19 and are six behind Bucs, who set the mark in the 1976-77 season
It has been 392 days since the Jacksonville Jaguars last won a game. This is a 20-game losing streak, the second-longest in NFL history, and the league’s record for futility is on the horizon as well. Tampa Bay Buccaneers they have that mark after losing the first 26 games of the franchise in 1976 and ’77.
“You can’t think about that,” running back James Robinson said after Jaguars lost to Tennessee Titans 37-19 at TIAA Bank Field this Sunday. “We have to find a way to win.”
“We are a really good team. Obviously our record doesn’t show it, but we have a lot of great guys in the locker room and we have to find something that works for us.”
Jaguars haven’t won a game since the first game of the 2020 season, when they beat Indianapolis 27-20. Thirteen of his 20 losses have been by double digits, including the last five games at home.
“It’s difficult,” Griffin said. “It’s a feeling that I don’t think anyone wants. There are a lot of things we really need to figure out. The offense played really well. I feel like the defense could have done a lot more. The mistakes we had shouldn’t happen and that’s what we have to do. Better. We have to fix this ASAP. So far it’s a difficult feeling. It’s something you don’t want. It’s something you have to change. We have to. One thing about it, you have to keep believing, you have to keep having faith, and that’s the hardest part. “
“That’s the hardest part for everyone, continuing to make everyone believe. It’s not just me. It can’t just be a person who believes in something. That’s the part where we have to keep expressing, keep talking, make everyone believe we can win these games. “
Jaguars (0-5) are a legitimate threat to reach the Bucs’ record. They play against Miami dolphins in London the next Sunday before their bye week and then they travel to Seattle, where they have never won (0-3). Then comes a home game against Buffalo, a trip to Indianapolis and back-to-back home games against San Francisco and Atlanta.
In case of losing all those games they would reach 26 in a row. Your next game? In Los Angeles against Rams.
“We don’t really talk about that losing streak,” quarterback Trevor Lawrence said. “I don’t think it’s good to talk about it. You can’t despair. You have to keep working. We’re going to win some games. We’re going to turn it around; we all thought today would be the day we were going to get that first win and it wasn’t. “.
“We didn’t do enough down the stretch, but we’re going to figure it out. We’re going to turn this around. It’ll be a lot of fun when we do it. We want to win. All the guys. We have people who work so hard and everyone is so committed. No. It is a team in which there are boys who are not really committed or who do not care. Everyone agrees, so he will come, “he concluded.