JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jaguars coach Gus Bradley never wavered in his message to the players.
As the losses mounted, he kept telling the players to trust the process and keep working to improve. Do that, he said, and the victories will come.
Turns out he was correct. The Jaguars have won three games since the bye and are no longer the laughingstock of the NFL, writes the Times-Union's Ryan O'Halloran.
"The good thing about this message is whether you're 0-8 or 14-0 it shouldn't have to change," Bradley said.
Here are some additional items of Jaguars content from around the web in our daily Reading the Coverage feature:
Losing to the Jaguars is apparently the worst thing that could ever happen on the football field. That's what the Tennessee Titans, Houston Texans and Cleveland Browns players are saying, and it has annoyed some Jaguars players.
Quarterback Chad Henne had plenty of time to pick out receivers against the Browns because of improved pass protection, writes the T-U's Hays Carlyon.
O'Halloran breaks down five key plays from the victory over the Browns.
Here's my breakdown of four hot topics from the Cleveland game.