30 October, 2016
Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan said he is not going to make a head coaching change at this time.
The Titans (4-4) already have exceeded their win total from each of the las two seasons after rolling to a 36-22 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday night.
Tennessee ended up coasting to a 36-22 win, sending the Jaguars cratering to 2-5 in what looks to become a sixth straight season of double-digit losses.
"Actions speak louder than words". Bradley said. "Yeah. I can say that I felt like maybe we pressed too much".
Bradley is 14-41 in his four seasons with the Jaguars.
"Hopefully they'll just stick it out with him", receiver Allen Hurns said, "but we need to find something to get this team going, whether it's next week - we have to find a way".
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A major issue, apart from everything listed above, is quarterback Blake Bortles, who is increasingly looking like a bust after the Jaguars took him with the third pick of the 2014 draft. Gus isn't the one committing dumb penalties. But return man Marqise Lee muffed it and LeShaun Sims recovered, giving the Titans the ball at the Jaguars' 35. "So I think to say that everybody is treated equally, well every situation is different, and knowing the players and knowing where they're at and that's the decision I have to make".
Even after a foot injury caused DeMarco Murray to head to the locker room in the first half, he returned to account for 24 yards on Tennessee's first series of the second half en route to finishing with 123 yards on 21 carries.
When asked if he expected to be the Jaguars head coach the following Sunday against Kansas City, Bradley answered with a terse, "Yes". Obviously, many Jaguars fans were hoping for change, and hoping for it quickly. They had 354 yards of total offense in the first half, the most in the National Football League by any team this season. He's been reluctant to make a change at the top of the Jaguars, saying in London a year ago when the Jaguars were plummeting, "It really hasn't crossed my mind".
Bradley had more to say to the media after the game. "A lot of guys got up and talked, players and coaches and he sat back and listened". They were outgained 354-60, allowed 20 first downs, and trailed the Titans 27-0 in the first half.
Bradley is a convenient scapegoat for a team that doesn't appear good enough to even regress to the mean. Rookie Derrick Henry capped the Titans' next drive by scoring his first career touchdown on a 6-yard run.