It wasn't pretty. Jacksonville (2-12) fell 24-3 to Miami in an ugly game last Sunday, that when you look at the stats, doesn't look all too bad.
The Jaguars converted six of 15 third downs, didn't turn the ball over once, recorded two sacks and forced a fumble they recovered. But, just three points came out of it as the squad made it to the red zone four times, failing to score.
With the defeat, Jacksonsville ties a franchise record for losses.
"We were not as disciplined as we have been -- or we will be," coach Mike Mularkey said. "Every time we take a step forward, we take two steps back. I take total blame for that."
The Jaguars, in the running for the No. 1 pick in next year's draft, host the Patriots this week.