With Gabbert, wide receiver Justin Blackmon and tight end Marcedes Lewis out of the lineup and running back Maurice Jones-Drew missing the second half with a left foot injury, the Jaguars' offense managed just 3.2 yards per play. At one point, Chad Henne went more than 35 minutes without a first down.
If there's a sliver of good news, it's that Jones-Drew felt better Monday. The early diagnosis on his left foot injury is a tendon strain. He will undergo an MRI, but Bradley still offered hope that his starting running back will be ready by Sunday.