Jaguars vs. Dolphins video reaction: Jacksonville fans look for silver linings in another loss

Mike Ehrmann

Adam Stites of Big Cat Country keys in on the passing game's moderate success after the Jaguars' third straight loss.

The Jacksonville Jaguars again couldn't get much going when they hit the field in Week 15, this time dropping another to the Miami Dolphins, 24-3. When all was said and done, Jaguars fans were once again forced to search for the silver linings in another underwhelming performance from Jacksonville.

Adam Stites of Big Cat Country did his best right after the game on Sunday, looking high and low for something to commend the Jaguars on in their third straight loss.

Stites was impressed by the performance out of wide receiver Cecil Shorts, who caught six passes for 101 yards. Stites also keyed in on Justin Blackmon, who also caught six balls for 93 yards on the day. Overall, the passing game received much of the credit for keeping the Jaguars in the game early, according to Stites, as quarterback Chad Henne passed for 221 yards.

But after a first-drive field goal, Jaguars fans were once again left with an inept performance from the offense.

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