- Mike DiRocco, ESPN Staff Writer
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- It has been an ugly first half of the season for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
They’ve lost every game by double digits -- the average margin is 22 points -- and are riding a 13-game losing streak that dates back to a Nov. 25, 2012, when they beat Tennessee. They rank last in the NFL in total offense and rush defense, 31st in rush offense, and 27th in total defense.
They haven’t scored a touchdown at EverBank Field since the first quarter of the 2012 regular-season home finale.
There have been slivers of good work in parts of the team in the first eight games, but the overall body of work deserves an F.
In breaking that grade down, it's clear this midseason report card isn’t going to be pretty. In fact, it’s the kind of report card that gets you grounded for weeks: