It's not easy being a Jacksonville Jaguars supporter at the moment, and it looks like it isn't easy being a player on the team, either.
The Jaguars, who currently sit at the bottom of the AFC South standings with an underwhelming 2-8 record in the 2016 season, have been worse than everyone expected, confounding those who tipped a potential playoff run.
The Jags are on a five-game losing streak right now, and during their most recent loss - to the Lions on Sunday - it all got a bit too much for young star Jalen Ramsey, who let his emotions show in a big way.
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Ramsey, a rookie corner out of Florida State, has been one of the few bright spots in an otherwise poor season for the Jaguars. Jacksonville got a real star of the future in their 5th overall pick but he isn't too used to losing - and let it show on Sunday.
At the end of the loss to the Lions, Ramsey broke out in tears of frustration on the sideline while telling a coach that he’s tired of losing.
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Ramsey has been balling out, but it hasn't shown in the Jaguars record. The defensive players - like Ramsey and fellow rookie Myles Jack - can play as well as they want, but unless Blake Bortles decides to start playing like the franchise quarterback he was meant to be, then it all matters for nought.
Jalen Ramsey lost just four times at Florida State. He's already lost double that amount of games as a pro. Let's hope it doesn't get him down too much.