Jaguars owner says he is not firing Gus Bradley at this time
Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan said he is not going to make a head coaching change at this time.
Khan made the comments about head coach Gus Bradley after the Jaguars lost 36–22 to the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night, a game in which they trailed 27–0 at halftime.
The loss dropped Jacksonville to 2–5 this season, and it seems they are headed toward missing the playoffs for the eighth straight year.
"Actions speak louder than words. Very little for me to say," Khan said after the loss.
Bradley has a 14–41 record since being hired as the Jaguars head coach in 2013.
"I worry about this team and why did we perform like that in the first half and figuring out how can we get it right," Bradley said.
"I know I'm 100% behind Gus," Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles said. "I believe in him 100% and what we're trying to do here. Gus isn't the one committing dumb penalties. Gus isn't the one turning the ball over. Gus isn't the one not making plays. That's on us as a locker room and as players."
Jacksonville next plays the Kansas City Chiefs on the road on Nov. 6.
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