SportDoug Marrone knows big changes are coming for Jaguars

17:20  07 december  2018
17:20  07 december  2018 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Jaguars' Leonard Fournette, Bills' Shaq Lawson ejected for throwing punches in brawl Jaguars standout running back Leonard Fournette threw multiple punches at Bills pass rusher Shaq Lawson, who responded in kind. The two remained engaged as Jaguars running back Carlos Hyde and Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes stepped in. Leonard Fournette was just kicked out of the game for this upper cut on Manny Lawson. The two continued it into the tunnel after being ejected ????#Jaguars#JAXvsBUFpic.twitter.com/Ag6nKKBbPj— Roto Street Journal (@RotoStJournal) November 25, 2018 Both Fournette and Lawson were ejected and appeared to have words for one another in the tunnel on their way out.

Doug Marrone remains the Jaguars ’ head coach, but only owner Shad Khan knows for how much longer. The Jaguars have lost six in a row, tying an NFL record by allowing at least 30 points for a sixth consecutive game. If Khan was going to fire Marrone during the season, Monday seemed the day to

Doug Marrone 's job is on the line, but CB Jalen Ramsey knows that there's not much he can do about it. And those big changes usually start with the coach. But cornerback Jalen Ramsey isn’t too concerned with Marrone ’s future. When he was asked about it after the game, Ramsey (who is

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The Jaguars somehow found a way to top their 9-6 loss to the Titans earlier this year, by getting plowed 30-9 by the Titans last night.

While they scored more points, it was hard to call it an offensive improvement, amid all the changes they’ve made on that side of the ball.

At least Jaguars coach Doug Marrone knows more changes are coming.

“They have us right now,” Marrone said of the Titans, via Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com. “It’s the last time we play them this year, and next year it will be a different team.”

He might have been speaking of the offense in particular, but there’s no reason to think they’d stop there. The Jaguars have followed last year’s AFC Championship Game run with a complete flop, falling to 4-9 in the most embarrassing fashion.

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Doug Marrone had one good season. Marrone was an odd hire after the 2016 season. He was promoted to interim head coach when Gus Bradley Marrone led the Jaguars to a 10-6 record and a division title. Then came playoff wins over the Buffalo Bills, Pittsburgh Steelers and a fourth-quarter

Head Coach Doug Marrone visits with local media on a conference call to discuss the Jaguars this offseason.

Marrone has already offered up offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett (who has been with him for years, going back to Syracuse), and they benched Blake Bortles. But nothing replacement play-caller Scott Milanovich or backup quarterback Cody Kessler could muster was going to fix an offense that’s missing a number of key starters.

They’re down to their fourth left tackle (Ereck Flowers, oy), and their starting left guard and center are on IR, along with wide receiver Marqise Lee and tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins.

But mostly what they’re missing is direction. That could change too.

Jags sticking with QB Kessler despite woeful, 3-game stretch.
Quarterback Cody Kessler has taken the Jacksonville Jaguars to a new low in 2018. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); The Jaguars (4-10) have totaled 658 yards in three games since Kessler replaced inconsistent starter Blake Bortles, including a season-low 192 yards in a 16-13 loss to Washington on Sunday. It's the franchise's worst three-game stretch of offense since Blaine Gabbert's second year in 2012.

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