NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Being routed by a pair of former Jaguars coaches in the span of five days may be the final straw for Coach Gus Bradley in Jacksonville.

After Jack Del Rio and his Oakland Raiders beat the Jaguars in Jacksonville 33-16 on Sunday, the Tennessee Titans and Mike Mularkey – the coach that owner Shad Khan fired after one season – embarrassed the Jaguars 36-22 on Thursday night in a game where their play matched the flat mustard of their uniforms.

This loss dropped Bradley’s record in four seasons to 14-41, and he already came in with the second-worst winning percentage for any coach in NFL history with at least 50 games of experience. Only Bert Bell (Philadelphia, Pittsburgh) fared worse, and he also was the owner.

The Jaguars melted down so much late in their loss to the Raiders that Khan reportedly spoke to the team Monday trying to learn what has gone wrong after he spent millions upgrading both the roster and their home stadium. Khan made it clear earlier this year that a winning record was the “reasonable expectation.”

Tennessee nearly had more points (24) than the Jaguars had total offense (29) late in the second quarter.


BILLS: The father of safety Aaron Williams said his son intends to wait until the offseason to determine whether to continue playing after sustaining his latest neck injury.

Anthony Williams said while the topic of retirement has yet to be discussed, he intends to involve his entire family in a discussion regarding his son’s future.

 Two people familiar with the situation said receiver Jarvis Landry was fined $24,309 for an illegal crackback block that injured Williams.

SEAHAWKS: Quarterback Russell Wilson expects to play Sunday against New Orleans despite a pectoral injury suffered Monday night in a tie with Arizona.

Wilson said he’s being cautious with the injury and is thankful he has a few more days of treatment and recovery before playing against the Saints.

BRONCOS: Running back C.J. Anderson was bracing for a prolonged recovery as he prepared to undergo surgery to repair the torn meniscus in his right knee Thursday.

Before heading into the operating room, Anderson tweeted thanks to his fans for their prayers and said, “We will not know til after the procedure if i am done for the season or if I can come back to help my team to (Super Bowl) 51.”

WASHINGTON: Cornerback Josh Norman and tight end Jordan Reed were cleared to fly with the team to London for its game against Cincinnati after dealing with concussions.

Coach Jay Gruden said it still had not been determined whether either Norman or Reed – two of Washington’s most vital players – would be able to play Sunday.

JETS: Center Nick Mangold appears unlikely to play Sunday at Cleveland because of a sprained right ankle that has him in a walking boot.

Mangold was injured early in the first quarter against Baltimore last Sunday and replaced by Wesley Johnson. Coach Todd Bowles said “it doesn’t look good right now” for Mangold’s chances because he hasn’t run yet. Bowles added he’ll “hold out another day or so” before declaring him out against the Browns.

VIKINGS: Wide receiver Cordarelle Patterson has a concussion after his best game of the season.

Patterson was held out of practice. He took some hard hits in the team’s loss last week at Philadelphia, where he caught all seven passes thrown to him for 67 yards and a touchdown.

RAIDERS: Pass rusher Aldon Smith applied to the NFL to be reinstated from his one-year suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. The suspension ends Nov. 17.