The Jacksonville Jaguars went into halftime with a lead for the second week in a row. However, Urban Meyer’s team was unable to seal the deal and earn a victory once again. In the final minutes of Thursday night’s game, Jacksonville gave up a game-winning drive to Cincinnati. Meyer admitted that he was devastated by the final result after the loss. “It’s devastating, heartbreaking,” Meyer told reporters, according to ProFootballTalk “Usually I’m not wrong about stuff like that; I just see a good team in there.” I see good people with good hearts. I’ve told guys at work that I’m not wrong about that stuff. This team is going to have a lot of success. ”
Meyer also stated that his players are heartbroken over the Bengals’ last-second loss. “It’s heartbreaking,” Meyer said.
“It’s a heartbroken locker room, so we have to get them back.” ”
#Jaguars HC Urban Meyer:
“It’s devastating, heartbreaking. You know these guys – usually I’m not wrong about stuff like that – I just see a good team in there.” (1/2)
— Demetrius Harvey (@Demetrius82) October 1, 2021
If the Jaguars can improve their game-ending skills, they may be able to start stacking wins. They must, however, win their first game of the 2021 season before they can do so. On Oct. 4, Jacksonville will play Tennessee in a
matchup. In its first division game of the season, the team scored ten points.