Nick Foles broke his collarbone in the first game of the season, and the former Super Bowl MVP was the obvious starter moving forward as soon as he was ready to take the field again. The Jaguars cut a 25-0 halftime deficit to 25-11 with a chance to pull to within a touchdown before Minshew was intercepted by Buccaneers cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting on third-and-goal from the Buccaneers 2 with 6:06 remaining. Foles, who started Week 1 before missing eight games with a broken clavicle, was making his third start since returning to the starting lineup. To make matters worse, two of those losses were to divisional rivals, which effectively ended Jacksonville's postseason dreams. He committed three turnovers on the Jaguars' first three drives Sunday, completing seven of 14 passes for 93 yards and no touchdowns with an interception and two lost fumbles. During that span, the veteran completed 72 of 109 pass attempts for 661 yards, with two TDs, two INTs and two lost fumbles, as the Jags scored just 33 points over 10 quarters. That said, it appears Doug Marrone felt a change was and spark was needed. "It was kind of dead, and I wanted to get things going and made the switch at quarterback".
"I still believe in him as a quarterback", Marrone said. And with his recent troubles being what they are, I suppose the potential asking price could be less this coming offseason than what it was leading up to the 2019 National Football League trade deadline.
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Those two takeaways led to 10 Seahawks points as part of their 24-0 run in the third quarter and early fourth quarter. The score would have been tied had it not been for a weird interception thrown by Russell Wilson.
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Referee Paul Tierney pointed to the spot after Christoph Zimmermann handled the ball inside the penalty area, leaving an easy decision to be made.
"It's obviously emotional right now, and we're really disappointed, so we'll wait, and I'll talk to them before any announcement comes out". "I just think that a lot of times it's never really just the one position or one person". That generated a lot of boos, especially as the team headed to the locker room, and Marrone had no choice but the bench the player the Jaguars signed to a four-year, $88 million contract that includes a franchise-record $50.125 million guaranteed.
The Jags' offense has been more exciting to watch with Minshew under center.