Blake Bortles and the Jacksonville Jaguars offense didn’t exactly set the Earth on fire during Sunday night’s preseason game against Cincinnati. The quarterback, who completed 10 of 16 passes for a meager 52 yards, was candid about the team’s struggles during an on-field interview with Michelle Tafoya.
“Well, we played pretty bad,” Bortles said. “I don’t think they did a whole lot of things to stop us. We played pretty bad at every position and usually that’s what happens when you play bad, you don’t score a lot of points.”
He’s right. That’s usually what happens.
The Jaguars should devise a gameplan where they play better and the points will surely follow. Pretty easy fix, actually.