Ramsey doesn't shoulder any blame for Jaguars' blowout loss to Titans
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The Jacksonville Jaguars' disappointing season continued on Thursday Night Football with a 30-9 loss to the Tennessee Titans, but outspoken cornerback Jalen Ramsey didn't appear interested in accepting any blame.

"I mean, I had limited opportunities; they ran the ball," Ramsey told reporters when asked about his role in the game, via Mike Organ of the Tennessean. "They ran the ball down our throat 100 percent of the game. Personally, I didn't have a lot of opportunities to make a game-changing play. I do what I can do and that's all I can do, to be honest."

Jacksonville was shredded by the Titans' run game, led by an incredible 238-yard, four-touchdown performance from Derrick Henry.

Sitting at 4-9, the Jaguars are well behind in the playoff race, but Ramsey claims he will continue to play hard. When asked about his teammates, the former All Pro seemed less sure, replying "Ummm, ask everybody else."

Ramsey's squad hosts the Washington Redskins next Sunday.

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