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Cards Satisfy Appetite for Ineptitude

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It doesn’t take much to lose a football game in the NFL. A costly turnover here, a poor coaching decision there and boom, you’re headed for the showers with the knowledge that the next morning will bring nothing more than a bad headache and another notch in the loss column.

But to lose a game in style, to encounter defeat in the most humiliating of fashions, well, that’s a different beast altogether. To suffer a systematic failure in every facet of the contest that prompts a head coach to apologize for his team’s embarrassing performance requires something special. 17-10 losses like the one the Jacksonville Jaguars endured at the hands of...

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