Jacksonville Jaguars Fall in Season Final to the Indianapolis Colts, 28-14

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The Jaguars' loss extended their franchise-record losing streak to 15 and they finished 1-15 – the worst season-ending record in franchise history

The Jaguars’ 2020 season now is over. And although the season ended three days into ’21, the finale felt all-too-similar to all-too many games from the previous year. Mike Glennon threw a pair of touchdown passes to rookie wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr., and the Jaguars rallied from a big early deficit – but it again wasn’t enough as they lost to the Indianapolis Colts, 28-14, in the 2020 regular-season finale at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., Sunday. (Jaguars.com image)

(Jaguars.com) — The Jaguars’ 2020 season now is over. And although the season ended three days into ’21, the finale felt all-too-similar to all-too many games from the previous year.

Mike Glennon threw a pair of touchdown passes to rookie wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr., and the Jaguars rallied from a big early deficit – but it again wasn’t enough as they lost to the Indianapolis Colts, 28-14, in the 2020 regular-season finale at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., Sunday.

The Jaguars’ loss extended their franchise-record losing streak to 15 and they finished 1-15 – the worst season-ending record in franchise history. Their lone victory came in Week 1, when they beat the Colts, 27-20, at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville.

Jaguars Head Coach Doug Marrone, as he has multiple times this season, spoke of a team that didn’t quit and played hard through adversity throughout the season.

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