The Mel Tucker era in Jacksonville began Monday night much like the Jack Del Rio era ended with a stagnant offense and another embarrassing performance against a very beatable opponent.
And as the seconds ticked off yet another Jaguars loss this one a 38-14 blowout at the hands of the San Diego Chargers, a pitiful team in its own right it became clearer than ever that this is a team whose problems won't be solved simply by hiring a big-name coach.
The loss, which was the third straight for the bumbling, 3-9 Jags, revealed an overwhelming need for change within the Jacksonville organization, not just among the men in headsets, but also among the men in shoulder pads.
Because this team cannot and will not win at this level with the squad they have on the field.
And if Jacksonville continues with its gradual plunge into irrelevance, it may find itself making the long move to Los Angeles sooner than later, regardless of what new owner Shahid Khan says his plans are for the futur...