The Jacksonville Jaguars allowed Cincinnati to lose a 14-point lead to the Bengals on Thursday night and coach Urban Meyer was a bit disappointed.
Mayer has yet to win a regular season game since taking over as Jacksonville head coach in the off-season, and this 2-2-21 defeat was the 1st in a row for the franchise in the 2020 season.
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“It’s devastating, heartbreaking,” the coach said after the game, via pro football talk. “Usually I don’t make mistakes about the fact that I see a good team out there. I see good boys, good hearts. I see boys at work and I tell them I’m not wrong about these things. This team is going to win some games.
“It’s heartbreaking. It’s a heartbreaking locker room, so we have to get those back.”
Bengal’s Joe Twelve Engineers Game-Winning Drive, Cincinnati won the third
Trevor Lawrence had a quick touchdown and was skilled enough to help Jacksonville 14-0 in the first half. He will finish -24 for 17 with 204 passing yards. Laviska Chelnut Jr. had six catches for 99 yards.
Jacksonville scored just seven points in the second half and Joe Barrow returned for Bengal.
Burroughs had 348 passing yards with 25-of-32 and two touchdown passes উভ both near CJ Uzoma. Evan McPherson will hit the winning goal in the game.
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Jacksonville will look for their first win of the season against the Tennessee Titans next week. Bengalis have a game with Green Bay Packers.