Urban Mayer angered by Jaguar “leak”, sad handshake

Urban Mayer angered by Jaguar "leak", sad handshake

It looks like things could go from bad to worse in Jacksonville.

After losing to the Titans on Sunday afternoon, Jaguar coach Urban Mayer besieged He was met with a handshake on the field by Mike Frapel of Tennessee. Based on what the cameras caught, it looks like the first-year Jags coach wasn’t in a good mood, as Twitter quickly weighs in on a flash lock and you’ll miss it.

“LOLOL Look at the handshake between Mike Frabel and Urban Meyer,” SportsGrid’s Ben Stevens tweeted. “Urban looks very miserable.”

Trevor Sekima from Pro Football Focus He added, “I think we tend to overreact to the post-match handshake but that…not a good look.”

Mayer, who was recently shot Center NFL.com Report Details of the feud in Jacksonville, he also climbed to the podium on Sunday after the Jaguars dropped to 2-11 on the season. When a reporter commented that Jacksonville’s offensive line was not playing on an equal footing based on the bottom line, Mayer replied, “Yes.”

Urban Mayer looks depressed after Jaguar’s loss to the Titans on December 12, 2021.
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Mayer also released a fiery response to fixing the ‘bug’ According to Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated.

“What’s the answer? Start leaking some information or nonsense? That’s rubbish. … If there is a source, that source is out of business.” Meyer said, I mean, within seconds.

Meyer has been accused of challenging his assistant coaches to explain what they have won and to defend their resume, According to an NFL.com report. Meyer initially responded to the report early Sunday By Jay Glazer of Fox Sports.

“He said, ‘Yeah, sure, I’m tough on my coach.’ But he still thinks he has the backing of ownership,” Glazer said.

It appears that tensions in Jacksonville have been simmering for some time. Last month , CBS Sports reported That Mayer had expressed his “dissatisfaction with many well-known coaches”, with “stinging speeches” occasionally occurring in front of players.

With four games left this season, it remains to be seen what the next few months – or weeks – will be in Jacksonville.

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