Jacksonville Jaguars Fall to Balitmore Ravens, 40-14

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Jags fall to 1-13 on the season

Yet another quarterback change had minimal effect. An inexperienced, beat-up defense continued to struggle, too – and those two factors combined for another difficult day for the Jaguars. (Jaguars.com image)

(Jaguars.com) – Yet another quarterback change had minimal effect. An inexperienced, beat-up defense continued to struggle, too – and those two factors combined for another difficult day for the Jaguars.

Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew II, starting for the first time in eight weeks, struggled against an aggressive defense and the Baltimore Ravens’ offense overwhelmed the Jaguars’ defense throughout a 40-14 Ravens victory at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md., Sunday afternoon.

“I can tell you what I told them in the locker room: ‘Hey listen, we came out here today and this team was clearly the better team today,”’ Jaguars Head Coach Doug Marrone said. “There are some things, obviously, I thought we did well.

“But for the most part, I’m not going to point those out. Obviously, we weren’t good enough in all these phases.”

The Jaguars (1-13) tied a franchise record with their 13th consecutive loss after a Week 1 victory. The Ravens (9-5) won their third consecutive game.

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