Doug Marrone gives Jets hope for Trevor Lawrence

After the Jaguars overtook the Jets in the draft race for Clemson star quarterback Trevor Lawrence, Jacksonville head coach Doug Marrone was pressed on how he would line up with the franchise’s future in the final two games of the season Will arrive.

Margo told reporters on Monday, “Well, I mean nobody advised me to go out there and do anything different than win.”

“I understand that I was guessing from a point of view that I was growing up and had a favorite team and was excited to see where they were going to choose. So, this is not something I look back on Don’t see and i understand

“But Jesus, we are trying to win. We are doing everything we possibly can and that is my job and I give credit to the coaches and the players. None of us is going to see this and the future. Nobody knows that what is going to happen tomorrow will never be bad at the end of the year … I can understand [the question] However, but it is not what we think, ourselves, the player. We are very competitive right now. “

The Jaguars won their opener against the Colts, but have yet to win. They have recently threatened to upset the Contestants, losing tight matches to the Packers, Browns and Vikings. But they have been outscored in their last two losses to the Titans and the Ravens, 71-24.

They finish their season at home against the Bears and then in Indianapolis. The Jaguars fired GM Dave Caldwell last month and speculation was rife that Maron would be let go after the season.

After being upset by the Rams’ Jets, they are tied with the Jaguars for the worst record in the league. However, Jacksonville owns the strengths of the schedule tie-breaker.

Marrone is asked if he has ever been asked to lose.

“I will not do that. I could not do that. I just won’t, “said Marron, who is in his sixth year with the Jaguars. “I have never done this in my life. I had trouble winning my children when they were younger. “


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