The Jacksonville Jaguars are in the market for a new head coach. The team announced that it fired Gus Bradley on Sunday afternoon after it fell to the Houston Texans.
Bradley became the team’s head coach prior to the 2013 season. The Jags never won more than five games in a year during his tenure, and after falling to the Texans on Sunday, the team fell to 2-12 on the 2016 season.
On his head coaching career, which began after a successful stint as the defensive coordinator with the Seattle Seahawks, Bradley accrued an amazing 14-48 record. For reference on how hard the Bradley era was in Jacksonville, here’s a fun stat.
As you can guess, with a record this bad, a lot of Jaguars fans were happy to see their now-former head coach go.