Jaguars hoping to end road woes with win in Baltimore

Jacksonville hasn't won on the road since the 2013 season.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars head to Baltimore for Sunday’s game against the Ravens not only looking for their third win of the season, but also hoping to put an end to their lengthy road losing streak.

The Jaguars have lost 13 straight games on the road, with the team’s last victory away from EverBank Field coming on Dec. 1, 2013 against the Cleveland Browns.

Despite the lengthy road losing skid, quarterback Blake Bortles said it’s not something the team is focused on. Bortles was still at the University of Central Florida the last time the Jaguars won away from home.

“I didn’t know it,” Bortles said, per the team’s official website. “I guess if you’d said, ‘Hey, when’s the last time you won a road game?’ I could have thought about it and said, ‘I haven’t since I’ve been here.’ I don’t think it’s in anybody’s head. I’d be surprised if a lot of guys in the locker room even knew that.”

Should the Jaguars fall short on Sunday, team’s best chance to break the streak may come Dec. 6 against the 2-6 Tennessee Titans.

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