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Jaguars Executive VP Tom Coughlin Speaks Out, Declines to Speak on Marrone’s Future

The Jags are sitting at 4-7 after 11 games, clearly not where the team wanted to be just two years removed from playing in the AFC Championship game.

Tom Coughlin took it upon himself to speak to the media on Wednesday, and it came off as a testy press conference to say the least as he spoke for just about five minutes about the state of the team.

One thing that Coughlin refused to speak about is the future of coach Doug Marrone, who many think won’t back in 2020.

“The head coach is the voice of the program, OK,” Coughlin said. “I feel at this point in time that I’m needed to speak. Doug has come before you with his message literally every day since the start of the season. If I can help reinforce that message, then that’s why I’m here.

“We’re all in this together. We all want to win. You all want to win. I know that. You don’t want to write about a team that’s not winning; that’s not any fun. And we’re all in this thing together.”

Coughlin, who is 73 and has won two Super Bowls as the coach of the Giants declined to discuss whether he plans to return in 2020.

“There are five games to go,” said Coughlin.

Coughlin, Marrone and General Manager David Caldwell, signed a two-year extension in 2018 that puts them under contract through the 2021 season.

Video: Henry Runs All Over the Jaguars in Titans 42-20 Win Over Jacksonville

The Titans ran all over the Jaguars on Sunday, as Derrick Henry ran for 159 yards and two scores in a 42-20 win over Jacksonville Sunday.

Here’s the highlights:

Video: Jaguars On the Road Sunday in Key AFC South Battle with the 5-5 Titans

The Jaguars are on the road Sunday as they will play the 5-5 Titans in a key AFC South battle.

Here’s a preview:

Video: Jaguars Dominated in Indy by the Colts 33-13

The Jaguars got quarterback Nick Foles back for another start, but they were no match for Jacoby Brissett and the Colts, as they were beat up 33-13 Sunday in Indy.

NFL Week 11 Inactives: Jagaurs vs Colts

Here are today’s inactives for the key AFC South game in Indy between the Jags and Colts:

Jaguars:

WR C.J. Board
TE Seth DeValve
QB Joshua Dobbs
RB Tyler Ervin
CB Tae Hayes
DT Dontavius Russell
OT Brandon Thomas

Colts:

WR Parris Campbell
OT Le’Raven Clark
CB Pierre Desir
WR T.Y. Hilton
QB Chad Kelly
RB Jordan Wilkins
CB Quincy Wilson

Video: NFL Week 11 Preview – Colts Host the Jaguars in AFC South Showdown

The Jags will have to face Colts returning QB Jacoby Brissett Sunday as he will be back under center in Indy in what should be a great AFC South showdown.

Here’s a preview from the NFL.

Nick Foles Back as the Starter at QB for the Jaguars

Hoping to jump start an offense that has been stuck in the mud recently, the Jaguars are making the expected move at QB this week, as Nick Foles is back as the team’s starting quarterback.

Foles will take the QB spot back from Garnder Minshew II, who had another rough day Sunday in a loss to the Texans over in London.

This season Minshew II has thrown for 2285 yards with 13 touchdowns and just four picks, but the team is hopeful that having Foles, who was their big offseason pickup from the Eagles, will be able to get the offense back on track.

The Jags will take on the Colts Sunday at 1pm.

Texans at Jaguars in London NFL Week Nine Inactives

London is the site for an early Sunday game between the Texans and Jaguars, and here are your week nine inactives.

Texans

LB Tyrell Adams
WR Will Fuller
S Tashaun Gipson
CB Lonnie Johnson
C Greg Mancz
CB Bradley Roby
OT Laremy Tunsil

Jaguars

RB Tyler Ervin
CB D.J. Hayden
LB Leon Jacobs
DT Dontavius Russell
OT Brandon Thomas
WR Dede Westbrook
LB Quincy Williams

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