JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Nobody thought the Jacksonville Jaguars were going to be good this season.
Nobody thought they would be this bad, either.
The Jaguars (0-3) have been beaten soundly in each of their three games, generating little offense and facing double-digit deficits long before the final whistle.
The latest debacle was a 45-17 loss at Seattle on Sunday, a game in which Jacksonville trailed 24-0 at the break and 31-0 in the third quarter. The reality is the Seahawks are a playoff contender, and the Jaguars are in the early stages of a complete rebuild under general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley. Still, the Jaguars have shown few signs of progress.
They ranked last in the league in total offense and last in run defense.
Jacksonville hosts Indianapolis Sunday.