The Jacksonville Jaguars are off to a rough start and are headed to London to look for their first win of the season. Two winless teams went to London earlier in the season looking for their first win of the season. The Jaguars are hoping to rekindle some of that magic in England and walk away with their first win of the season.
Beating the San Francisco 49ers will be tough. While some might be calling for head coach Gus Bradley and general manager David Caldwell’s jobs or a regime change, owner Shad Khan said they’re the right guys for the job.
“I thought Dave and Gus were absolutely the two right guys for the job,” said Khan, “and as the season has unfolded, if I could be convinced more, I am.”
“Obviously, if you’re a Jaguars fan, we want to do better,” the team owner said this week, via The Florida Times-Union. “But we know the process we started, which is pretty much starting from the ground up, cleaning house and doing something … we probably should have started earlier.”
The Jaguars lack playmakers and talent, that is their biggest problem, not new head coaches and general managers. If they can maintain the course they could eventually turn this ship around.
“We’ve got to get more talent. But I definitely feel we’re moving in the right direction. Status quo — maintaining what we had — was not an option.”