Frustration boiled over for Jalen Ramsey during the Jaguars' loss to the Lions.
Sunday’s loss to the Lions was a tough one to take for Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
Jacksonville lost 26–17, its fifth straight defeat and third in a row by a one-score margin. In the waning seconds, CBS’s cameras zeroed in on Ramsey on the sideline, crying.
The Jaguars defense, led by Ramsey, has played fairly well during the losing streak. The Lions managed only 14 rushing yards on 21 attempts in Sunday’s game, though Matthew Stafford threw for 278 yards. The Jags gave up 273 yards in a loss to the Texans last week and 231 against the Chiefs the week before.
Ramsey, the fifth pick in this year’s draft, has started every game for Jacksonville this season.