Most Disappointing: Tampa Bay Buccaneers At Jacksonville Jaguars

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ronald Jones

The Bucs came firing out of the gates in the first half at Jacksonville as the defense forced three turnovers and dominated the game with a 25-0 lead at halftime. After the Jaguars made a switch at quarterback to help change momentum, the Bucs held strong at the end on the way to a 28-11 victory. It was the first time all season that the Bucs have won two in a row.

Here is the list of the most disappointing players from the game.

RB Ronald Jones

The ground game never really got on track on Sunday. Jones ran for just six yards on eight carries with a 1.3 average per rush and no catches. Meanwhile, his backup Peyton Barber scored two touchdowns, including a 15-yarder.

Jones didn’t have as much room to run as he has had in other games this season, but he wasn’t able to generate any offense when he had the ball, including a third-and-1 that he wasn’t able to convert early in the third quarter. With Barber having the hot hand, Jones was relegated to a limited role. .


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