The Jags have been knocked flat on their backs.
Where do the Jacksonville Jaguars go from here?
That's the question asked by Gene Frenette of The Florida Times-Union in today's article of the day.
With the offense floundering beyond what anyone could have imagined, the Jaguars have gone out and embarrassed themselves and the city with three consecutive home losses.
There are no fixes coming this season, and it's clear a complete roster overhaul is needed. At this rate, there's no sane argument to be made for keeping Gene Smith on as general manager.
Whether or not there are sweeping changes remains to be seen, but for the time being, everyone in Jacksonville is left wondering where it all went wrong and how they can possibly fix it.
The Football Outsiders comment on the games in their weekly Audibles feature.
Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com breaks down how to beat the Texans.
Tania Ganguli of The Houston Chronicle says the Texans are ready for the big stage.
Randy Harvey of The Houston Chronicle thinks the Texans are getting the Jets at the right time.
Kuharsky wraps up the Colts' win.
Kyle Rodriguez of Bleacher Report grades the Colts.
Bob Kravtiz of The Indianapolis Star says the Colts gave the game ball to Chuck Pagano.
Mike Chappell of The Indianapolis Star praises Andrew Luck.
Phil Richards of The Indianapolis Star says the defense played better in the second half.
Vito Stellino of The Florida Times-Union calls it another "forgettable day" for Gabbert.
Kuharsky covers the Titans' defeat.
David Climer of The Tennessean asks how low the Titans can get.
Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean covers the blowout.
Wyatt hands out bad grades on his report card.