Jaguars tank in prime time

Jacksonville drops to 0-5 at home with 27-10 loss to Colts. Terry McCormick

Print This November 09, 2012, 07:54 AM EST

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have been bad this season, bad to the point of being 1-8 overall after Thursday's 27-10 loss to the Indianapolis Colts.

The prime time loss dropped the Jaguars to 0-5 at home, and starting quarterback Blaine Gabbert left late after injuring his left shoulder, but not before he threw a pick six that contributed to the Jaguars' demise.

The Jaguars were whistled for six 15-yard penalties, including where coach Mike Mularkey threw his headset and play-sheet during an on-field tantrum

“We were hoping not to come out and have some of the things that happened that have been happening for the first eight games. And they happened immediately,” Mularkey said.

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