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s shouldering the blame for the team's four-game losing streak Chicago Bears Womens Hoodie , saying he "hasn't done a good enough job for whatever reason to get everyone's mind in the right place."Marrone insists he's not trying to be a "martyr, a shield or anything like that."Truth is he's protecting everyone: top executive Tom Coughlin, general manager Dave Caldwell, inconsistent quarterback Blake Bortles , unavailable running back Leonard Fournette and dozens more underperforming players on an underachieving team.The Jaguars (3-5) have been one of the NFL's biggest busts in 2018, especially last month when they went 0-for-October and looked nothing like the team that advanced to the AFC championship game nine months earlier."There is a story out there about this team. It is an ugly story," said Marrone, who is counting on his team to regroup during its Week 9 bye."But the story hasn't ended. We can still control how this story reads. When we get away, we have to think long and hard about it. We have to come back and we have to figure out what the story is going to be on the 2018 team."Injuries are a big reason for the slide, especially with Fournette — the team's offensive centerpiece — missing six games because of a strained right hamstring. But Coughlin, Caldwell and Bortles deserve criticism.Coughlin designed an old-school team to play in a pass-happy league, one in which running the ball is barely important and hiding a mediocre quarterback is next to impossible. The ground-and-pound Jags want to control the clock, limit Bortles' throws and play stout defense. It can work, but it usually needs everything to go right.Turnovers, dropped passes Womens Customized Chicago Bears Jerseys , defensive lapses, the Jaguars have seen those too often and aren't built to handle much adversity or overcome double-digit deficits.It doesn't help that Jacksonville is getting so little from its rookie class and its free-agent crop.Coughlin and Caldwell were so confident they had a playoff team in place that they used the draft to prepare for 2019, adding several down-the-road replacements for veteran starters. First-round pick and defensive lineman Taven Bryan has nine tackles in eight games. Second-round receiver DJ Chark has 12 catches for 159 yards to go along with a fumble and several costly drops. Third-round safety Ronnie Harrison has been the best of the bunch while playing mostly in certain defensive packages.Right tackle Will Richardson (fourth) is on injured reserve. Quarterback Tanner Lee (fifth) remains on the practice squad. Linebacker Leon Jacobs (sixth) has barely played outside special teams. And punter Logan Cooke (seventh) has failed repeatedly to flip the field when needed.Free agents Andrew Norwell, Donte Moncrief, D.J. Hayden, Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Marqise Lee have been equally disappointing.Norwell, a 2017 All-Pro guard from Carolina, was expected to bolster the offensive line and help give the Jaguars one of the best running attacks in the league. Instead, he looks unworthy of his five-year, $66.5 million contract.Moncrief, who signed a one-year deal worth $9.6 million, was supposed to offset the loss of physical receiver Allen Robinson. He has 29 catches for 379 yards and two scores.Hayden (toe) has missed six consecutive games, and Seferian-Jenkins (core muscle) and Lee (knee) are on injured reserve."Playing football is easy," defensive tackle Malik Jackson said. "Staying healthy is the hard part."A legitimate franchise quarterback might be able to make up for all of Jacksonville's deficiencies. But Coughlin and Caldwell decided to give Bortles a three-year, $54 million contract in February www.bearsfootballauthentics.com , betting that the fifth-year starter would continue developing and adding to a growing list of turnover-free games.Neither has happened, and the Jaguars are seemingly stuck with Bortles because of his $21 million contract in 2019. He has 10 touchdown passes, eight interceptions and three lost fumbles to go along with 18 sacks.Throw in a training camp fight, two weeklong suspensions, a locker room scuffle last month, four players getting detained in London because of an unsettled nightclub tab, Jalen Ramsey's mouth and the ultra-confident defense failing to maintain its 2017 form, and the Jaguars have been more of a farce than a force in the AFC."The most important thing as a team is we've got to keep our belief strong," defensive end Calais Campbell said. "No matter what the outside noise says or does, we just got to keep our belief strong. Five losses in this league this early sucks, but five losses throughout the season, that's not bad at all; that's a heck of a year."We've got a lot of ball left to play. We made it real hard on ourselves, but I truly believe the guys that we have here are built to be able to do something special, even considering our current circumstance."Marrone hopes to get Fournette, Hayden and cornerback A.J. Bouye (calf) back after the bye week. He also wouldn't rule out staff and lineup changes.Already saddled with two division losses at home Chicago Bears T-Shirt , the Jaguars have little room for error after the break if they're able to write a feel-good ending to their "ugly story.""When no one picks you to win and everyone thinks you are going to stink, it's, 'Let's go out there and prove everybody wrong and play with a chip on our shoulder and go,'" Marrone said. "Then all of a sudden, when everybody is on the bandwagon, it's the opposite. 'Let's prove everybody right.' Either way, you are trying to prove right or wrong what is going on."We just haven't lived up to the expectations to this day."Chicago Bears at Arizona Cardinals Preview: Keys to the Game After controlling last week’s game versus the Seahawks from start to finish, the Bears need to come out and put a whooping on the Cardinals on Sunday. With a decided advantage at ever position that isn’t occupied by Patrick Peterson, the Cardinals shouldn’t pose much of a threat to the Bears. But this is the NFL and on any given Sunday...I have been pretty adamant in my previews this week about aggression and that will continue here. This is the type of game that you take the reins off. I am not talking about just Mitch Trubisky and the passing game, but on defense as well. The old adages about keeping your foot on an opponents throat certainly apply here. There is simply no reason for this game to ever be a contest, at least not from what we have seen from the Cardinals so far. Keys to the GameKeep Your Foot on the Gas: One thing that we learned in the opening week of the season is that while the Bears are talented, they aren’t good enough (yet) to coast with at lead. Granted, this Cardinals team is nowhere near as talented as the Packers, or the Seahawks for that matter, they still need to keep their foot on the gas. The Bears have an opportunity to put Trubisky and the offense in situations to succeed early Chicago Bears Hats , but they cannot be satisfied with that. It’s time to push the ball down the field and use the weapons at your disposal. Regardless of the score, if the scoreboard isn’t late-ish in the 4th quarter, the offense should still be trying to put the ball in the end zone, not run out the clock. A Game of Chance: We finally saw a Bears defensive back take a chance and take a pass back to the house last week. We need to see more gambling from the secondary this week. The Cardinals quarterback position is putrid and their targets are average at best. With the pass rush that the Bears have generated through 2 weeks, there should be some opportunities to take chances. I would like to see a few undercuts on the back end, even if the result is a big play. The next step in this defense’s evolution is for the secondary to create turnovers in bunches. The time to start is now. The X-Factor: Trubisky needs to pretend he’s a member of the Gap Band and drop some bombs on the Cardinals. The vertical passing game has been virtually nonexistent so far. That needs to change and this is the perfect opportunity to push the envelope. When you have Allen Robinson II, Taylor Gabriel, Tarik Cohen, and Kevin White (yeah, I said it) on your team, there is no reason to not try a few deep passes every game. Against a team like the Cardinals, where you should be able to overcome a few mistakes, it presents a prime occasion to unleash the downfield weapons. What are your keys to the game? The Bears look poised for their first blowout victory of the Matt Nagy era, but can they keep the foot on the gas versus the Cardinals?
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