JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - What's wrong?
It's a question Jaguars owner Shad Khan wants answered and one he asked his players and coaches during a regularly scheduled team meeting on Monday, multiple sources told First Coast News.
Khan was not scheduled to be part of the meeting, which involved him addressing the players and opening the floor for criticism.
His son Tony Khan and general manager Dave Caldwell also joined the discussion, multiple sources tell First Coast News.
Khan specifically asked the group what they thought was wrong with the team.
The meeting was used as an open forum for coaches and players to air out their concerns about the team's rough start. Khan even addressed individual players, according to the sources.
The Jaguars are 14-40 under head coach Gus Bradley. Despite lofty offseason expectations locally and nationally, the team has slumped out of the gate once again.
The meeting occurred after Sunday's embarrassing loss to the Oakland Raiders at EverBank Field. The Raiders came into the game as the league's worst defense and held the Jaguars to just 16 points.
The Jaguars are 0-3 at EverBank Field with the team's lone home win coming against the Indianapolis Colts in London. The home team was booed by local fans multiple times during the Raiders game, causing star wide receiver Allen Robinson to even lament that Wembley Stadium felt more like home.
The Jaguars face the Tennessee Titans on the road on Thursday Night Football in Week 8.
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