O-Zone Late Night: Eagles 29, Jaguars 21

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – This was confusing, ridiculous – and yes, boring.

The Jaguars entered Sunday feeling good about themselves and in first place in the AFC South. They finished first in the division after losing 29-21 to the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. It was a game defined as much as anything by cold, wet conditions – and by stupidity and mistakes.

The Jaguars lost because they couldn’t stop the run and because quarterback Trevor Lawrence committed five turnovers – four lost fumbles and an interception.

This loss does not mean that Lawrence is bad. That’s not to say the Jaguars are bad. It doesn’t mean the season is over. That means they are 2-2 against NFC teams with both losses on the road, and that means the loss to the Eagles isn’t in losses which is now one of the NFL’s teams.

Jaguars safety Rayshawn Jenkins later said he had “no worries.” And it shouldn’t be. It may not fit in the box. Oh good.

Mark that as a very bad game for Trevor. The Eagles dominated the team, but Trevor seemed overwhelmed by the pressure of the game.

I did not see Lawrence overwhelmed by the pressure of the game. This game wasn’t any tougher than Week 2 or 3 against the Indianapolis Colts or the Los Angeles Chargers and he played well in those games. I saw him maybe not handling wet situations well and he definitely needs to protect the ball better than his last sack/fumble.

Cliff from Everywhere and helicopters

Eight teams lost to the best team in the league in a heavy rain on the road. They will be safe and sound next week. Deep breathing.

Good eyes and good vision. I fear you may find yourself a lonely soul in these parts for a day or two. The box is angry today my friends, like an old man trying to… well, do something.

This is wisdom, I think – and if people are eagerly waiting to say this after any kind of Jaguars after two impressive victories, they are certainly right. . And I know from experience not to try to make sense of unhappy people after a bad loss. But this isn’t the Jaguars of old. They lost in tough conditions on the road on Sunday to a very good team. Their quarterback has five turnovers. I don’t expect that to happen again anytime soon. It certainly doesn’t mean they’re wet. It’s probably the same team you know, but it’s very different from the team I watched a few seasons ago. Even on a day like Sunday.

Trevor Lawrence is terrible. No Good. Bad Day.

Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, sometimes it rains.

And sometimes a young team gets into a situation that is not handled well. It felt like there was an element of that Sunday – tough situation, a good opponent, on the road, playing a physical, offensive line in the second quarter. The Jaguars actually dealt with a bad second quarter and looked like they might get back into the game in the second half. Lawrence then threw an interception in the red zone. That kind of day. It’s not like it’s going to be that kind of season.

Oh man, how many changes does it take to take Lawrence out of the game and replace him with someone, someone else?

This is the most interesting, sometimes wet in the rain, always understand the First Email of the Game – and obviously it came a few minutes after the Jaguars returned the safety Andre Cisco an interception at the beginning of the first quarter for 59 yards and 7-0. leader. Everything was right in Jaguars Land, and it was all in the quarter. It changed after that. A lot.

I can’t help but feel that we are not learning. With the weather why didn’t they run the ball more often? Also, was James Robinson hurt? Why wasn’t he in there much? Philly seemed to adjust, but we didn’t. I still can’t feel that between this game, and the Washington game should be 3-1.

He often coaches in the NFL.

Jags fan in SWFL… hit straight from Ian! House broke, no power no gas but driving somewhere to watch the Jags today!

It has nothing to do with the game. I included it because life is more than football games and more than my poor attempts at humor in this space. Stay strong, Mike. Terrible.

Why does FL have 3 NFL teams?

There are three NFL teams in Florida because Florida has a lot of people and money. This may interest you : How much do Green Bay Packers cheerleaders make?. There is a big market for sports in areas like Florida and California because there are more people which means you can get more from TV contracts, etc.

Why did the NFL give Jacksonville a team? One of the things Godbold noticed was that the citizens of Jacksonville had a negative attitude about the city and lacked civic pride. Godbold decided that bringing in an NFL team could help bring the city together and create a new spirit and pride.

Is Florida only 3 NFL teams?

A: California and Florida each have three NFL teams. On the same subject : Former player Barrett Brooks knows a thing or two about Eagles Training Camp. 3. Which state has more than one NFL team? A: California, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.

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Is Ridley coming back?

The NFL announced that Ridley will cooperate with the league’s investigation, which is a good start. See the article : Lawsuit: South Carolina Cheerleaders Sexually Abused by Coaches, Given Drugs and Alcohol. If he shows remorse and does not violate any league rules, he will likely play again in 2023.

Why was Ridley suspended? In March, Ridley was suspended through the 2022 season for betting on NFL games in the 2021 season after he left the clubhouse on the non-football sick list. Ridley can apply for reinstatement on Feb. 15. 2023 after completion.

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