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Jaguars have been non-competitive in 2 home games

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Jaguars might want to burn those teal jerseys.

The Jaguars (1-3) have been non-competitive in both home games this season, including Sunday's 27-10 loss to Cincinnati. They managed 212 yards against the Bengals, not a whole lot better than the 117 they totaled in a 27-7 setback against Houston on Sept. 16.

Those lopsided losses — and the offensive ineptitude — have everyone looking for answers.

One certain change is coming: Jacksonville will switch to black jerseys for home games beginning Sunday against Chicago. It's not quite the makeover fans are clamoring for, but it's probably the most the Jaguars can do on short notice.

Guard Uche Nwaneri says, "We put ourselves in this hole. We've got to dig our way out."

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