Jags taking 'so what' approach to road skid, West Coast woes

 No NFL team has fewer victories on the West Coast than the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The franchise is 3-15 all-time in the Pacific Time Zone and winless when facing the Chargers on the road: 0-4 in San Diego and 0-1 in Los Angeles.

It’s one of two losing streaks Jacksonville (1-1) hopes to end when it plays at the Los Angeles Chargers (1-1) on Sunday.

 The Jaguars also have dropped 18 consecutive road games, tied for the eighth-longest skid in league history.

“That (junk) is done with and we’re moving forward,” veteran defensive end Roy Robertson-Harris said. “Everything we’re doing is completely different.”

Everything about these Jaguars certainly looks and feels different right now.

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