It's pretty clear that the Jaguars have some serious issues after two weeks. One week after a heartbreaking, close loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the Jaguars lost, 27-7, to the Texans in a game that was anything but close.
Whether it was a franchise-record total yardage low, or nine punts from rookie Bryan Anger, every stat further showed how bad of a game it was for the Jaguars.
After a resurgent performance in Week 1, Blaine Gabbert struggled for almost the entire game behind a make-shift offensive line that was forced to start Herb Taylor and Guy Whimper. The second-year quarterback completed 7-of-19 passes for 53 yards and one touchdown, before an injury to his left thigh ended his day in the fourth quarter.
The loss drops the Jaguars' record to 0-2 and they'll hope to get their first win of the season when they travel to play the Indianapolis Colts in Week 3.
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