Blake Bortles: It's Tough to Win When Entire Team Plays Bad


Blake Bortles and the Jacksonville Jaguars offense didn’t exactly set the Earth on fire during Sunday night’s preseason game against Cincinnati. The quarterback, who completed 10 of 16 passes for a meager 52 yards, was candid about the team’s struggles during an on-field interview with Michelle Tafoya.

“Well, we played pretty bad,” Bortles said. “I don’t think they did a whole lot of things to stop us. We played pretty bad at every position and usually that’s what happens when you play bad, you don’t score a lot of points.”

He’s right. That’s usually what happens.

The Jaguars should devise a gameplan where they play better and the points will surely follow. Pretty easy fix, actually.