Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Johnathan Cyprien was more than a little miffed after his team was defeated by the Dallas Cowboys 31-17 in London, telling reporters afterward that the Jags’ mistake-hampered performance on Sunday was more characteristic of a college team than an NFL team.
“We didn’t play well at all. We played terrible,” Cyprien said, per the Dallas Morning News. “We played the way that a college team should be playing.”
The Jaguars committed three turnovers in the loss and allowed quarterback Blake Bortles to be sacked four times, mistakes that consistently killed any momentum the team had built.
“It felt like there was just a couple of plays here and there that turned the momentum,” said Jags head coach Gus Bradley. “I don’t have any concerns with our effort, with our courage, with our toughness. It’s just those self-inflicted things.”
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