Whether that describes the Jacksonville Jaguars ridiculous Color Rush uniforms or not in your mind, it certainly describes the play of the team under head coach Gus Bradley.
The loss dropped Jacksonville to 2-5 this season, and it seems they are headed toward missing the playoffs for the eighth straight year.
The Florida Times-Union reports that Khan said after the game Bradley will not be fired, though the paper does not report the exact words he used, which is a bummer; parsing the dreaded vote of confidence and looking for an out is a time-honored tradition.
"It wasn't bad, I didn't say it was very good", Bradley said regarding the tackling against the Titans. In his three-plus seasons as Jaguars head coach, Bradley is 14-41, a winning percentage of.255.
"After that penalty, [Fowler] was out for the [rest] of the first half", Bradley said.
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BORTLES BOUNCES BACK (OR DOES HE?): Bradley said earlier this week that he "firmly, firmly" believes in his third-year quarterback. It wasn't an outrageous query: The Jags had just given up 354 yards, the most surrendered by an National Football League team in a first half this season, while gaining just 60 of their own amid numerous dumb penalties, missed coverages and altogether indifferent-looking play. But return man Marqise Lee muffed it and LeShaun Sims recovered, giving the Titans the ball at the Jaguars' 35. "It's challenging. It was more just focus and making the plays you're capable of making". The team has extra time to prepare for its next game - on the road against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 9 - and that could help provide a spark for a season is now down in the dumps. "I understand it's a business and somebody's got to take the blame eventually - I get that".
Bortles hopes Bradley will survive the storm of criticism.
The Jaguars were bad, bad, bad in their 36-22 loss to the Titans, missing tackles, taking penalties, and seeming either unprepared to play or uncaring of how they played. "And if something changes, you deal with that when that happens".
Mularkey - who won two games in his only season in charge of the Jags before he was canned by owner Shad Khan - saw his team surge to a 27-0 lead in the first half on the way to a comfortable victory. "It's that time. We've got to win".
Murray appeared to hurt the toe late in the second quarter on a 19-yard run in the second quarter, although he returned to the game in the second half and ended up rushing for 123 yards. "So it's how are they going about doing it".