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Jaguars went on the two best winning streaks in the last two seasons under Doug Pederson following lopsided losses

There’s no sugarcoating this loss. There’s no spin possible to make the Jacksonville Jaguars’ 34-3 rout at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at EverBank Stadium more palatable.

The offense turned the ball over four times, three times in San Francisco territory, and quarterback Trevor Lawrence (responsible for three of the turnovers with two interceptions and a fumble) matched a career-high five sacks.

The defense allowed 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy and company 7.3 yards per play and 437 yards of offense, both season highs.

San Francisco got its first touchdown off a short field, thanks to one of punter Logan Cooke’s worst efforts of the season, a 41-yard line drive that was returned 8 yards to the ‘Niners’ 43 by Ray-Ray McCloud II.

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The sum of those ugly parts resulted in the worst loss for the Jaguars (6-3) since a 41-3 thumping by the Chicago Bears in 2012 and the worst home loss since the Los Angeles Chargers won 45-10 in 2019.

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