After a long career in college football, Urban Meyer was selected to be the new head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars to replace Doug Marrone after an abysmal 1-15 season. Even though Meyer hadn’t coached since 2018 at Ohio State, the Jaguars felt he was the right man for the job.

However, there have been some rumblings of discontent surrounding the start of Meyer’s tenure. It was recently reported that some players weren’t a fan of Meyer. Now, according to Jason La Canfora from CBS Sports, the relationship is not exactly blooming as planned in Jacksonville. His demeanor and general attitude, along with a lack of knowledge about how the league operates, have not gone over well with the rest of the team:

He has everyone looking over their shoulders already. He becomes unhinged way too easily, and he doesn’t know how to handle losing, even in the preseason. He loses it and wants to take over the drills himself. It’s not good.

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But wait, there’s more on this supposed Jaguars dysfunction:

You can’t freak out about preseason games and belittle your coaches — on a staff you handpicked — every time things don’t go your way. It’s not going to work here.

Clearly, there will be an adjustment period for the new Jaguars coach, and it will need to be fast. The team is opening their season against the Houston Texans, and the Jaguars will need a good bounce-back season with Trevor Lawrence under center to help settle all internal issues in the team.

Things aren’t off to a great start in Houston, with Jacksonville falling behind 14-0 right away and currently behind 17-7 at time of writing.