The Jaguars will have some work to do, but there were some inspiring takeaways from its loss on Sunday. Jacksonville fell on Sunday to the Arizona Cardinals in a game that looked to be their best shot at a victory in this young season.
Sunday was different than the last 17 game days before the Jacksonville Jaguars, but not nearly different enough. In the span of just a few minutes in real-time, the Jaguars and a rowdy TIAA Bank Field crowd saw a nine-point lead evaporate before their eyes, leading to a 31-19 defeat to the Arizona Cardinals that saw the Jaguars drop to 0-3.
The Jacksonville Jaguars did everything they could in order to ear their first victory of the 2021 regular season in Week 3 but it still wasn’t enough to upset the Arizona Cardinals, which won 31-19. You have to give the Jags credit.
Jacksonville falls to 0-3 on the season The Jaguars fall to 0-3 on the season after losing to the Arizona Cardinals 31-19. Jacksonville had a 19-10 lead after a James Robinson touchdown run, but following a Cardinals TD, Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence threw a pick six to Byron Murphy, taking all of the wind out of Duval’s sails.
After taking back a 109-yard kick-six to end the first half, the Jaguars extended their lead in the third quarter with an eight-play, 75-yard drive — using running back James Robinson to batter Arizona’s defense down the field.