In NFL Week 4 Opener, Jacksonville hosts Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati-The Jacksonville Jaguars want to win. The Cincinnati Bengals are learning to win, and they will be meeting at the opening ceremony for NFL Week 4.
For the first time since 2018, the Bengal Tigers are leading 2-1. The team won the 2019 college championship because Quarterback Joe Burrow is well.
Urban Meyer, the NFL rookie coach, is leading the Jacksonville team to a record of 0-3. In 17 years as college head coach, he hasn’t lost any games.
“We are learning how to win. On the offensive, when we put them onto the rope, we must use the dagger to get them off the ground. Burrow claimed that they can do better.
The Bengals are confident after beating Pittsburgh 24-10 last Saturday.
Meyer coached seven seasons at Ohio State University and won the national title in 2014. He was a coach at Ohio State University for seven seasons and won the national championship in 2014.
Meyer stated that the Jaguars have been getting closer to playing a perfect football game. They led late in the third quarter and lost to Arizona 31-19.
“We all know there are still things to do, and that is why we have a long season. Griffin stated that we are returning to our tactics and we can make rapid changes so we will do what it takes.”
Cornerback Shaquille Griffin agreed. The Jaguars need to learn how to play.
Jacksonville is trying to end a 19-game losing streak.
This will be the second time that a rookie quarterback (Trevor Lawrence), faces the quarterback who was selected to be the No. 1, pick (Burrow), last year.
The only other time it happened was in 2019, when a rookie player from Arizona Kyler Murray defeated Baker Mayfield.