Pederson called the loss “a humbling experience.”
“Nobody wants to go out and coach that way,” Pederson said. “Nobody wants to go out and play that way. Nobody wants to go out and lose that way. Way too much pride, you know?”
The Jaguars’ three points were their lowest since a 20-0 loss to the Tennessee Titans in Week 14 of the 2021 season and their fewest at home since a 27-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2020 Week 11. Their four turnovers were a season-high and most since a Week 4 loss at Philadelphia last season.
It was the Jaguars’ most one-sided home loss since a 45-15 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 14 2019 and the worst loss overall since a 50-10 loss to the New England Patriots at New England in Week 17 2021.
“We played terrible, just across the board, including myself,” Lawrence said. “That’s the reality of it. We’re going to watch the tape tomorrow and kind of relive it, which is going to suck, and then we’re going to move on.”
San Francisco quarterback Brock Purdy capped the 49ers’ first drive of the game with a touchdown pass to wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk for an early lead, and Purdy’s deep touchdown pass to tight end George Kittle opened the third quarter for a seventeen-point San Francisco lead .
The 49ers led 10-0 after two drives, at which point the Jaguars did not have a first down.
“I thought the team was ready,” Pederson said. “We failed to execute on the opening drive defensively and we failed to execute on the opening drive offensively. That’s the part that is disappointing because these guys were ready to go.
“To have a lack of execution like we did early in the football game, it just kind of snowballed from there.”
Purdy completed 19 of 26 passes for 296 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions. Kittle caught three passes for 116 yards and a touchdown.
The 49ers outgained the Jaguars 437-221, with wide receiver Deebo Samuel adding a reverse for a touchdown late in the third quarter.
The Jaguars did not force a turnover after entering the game leading the NFL in the category with 18. They are 0-2 this season when not forcing a turnover, and Oluokun registered the team’s two sacks.
“That’s not the type of football team that we want to be right there, so let’s start fighting,” Oluokun said. “Let’s start working to be better. We have a good opponent coming in next week (the Tennessee Titans of the AFC South). I’m ready to work.”