The writing is on the proverbial wall for Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer. While a move for his ouster seems to be out of the question right now, the situation has virtually escalated to the point of no return.

The Jaguars coach went viral in the worst way after their brutal loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 4. Meyer was spotted in an Ohio bar with a woman, who was not his wife, dancing against him. But it wasn’t that lewd behavior that irked most of the Jaguars roster, it was the fact he stayed in Ohio and didn’t fly back home with the team in the first place. It gave off the sense that he had given up on the team.

Via CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora:

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“He’s not coming back from this,” said one league source who is very close to several players on the Jaguars team. “There wasn’t much confidence in him in that locker room before this went down. Now? It’s over. Guys are laughing at him. He’s lost any respect he may have had. They think he quit on them.”

The agent for another key Jaguars player said: “He is a laughingstock in that locker room right now. (My client) said he’s a con man. They think he’s a fraud. How do you not fly home with your team?”

There were a handful of doubts on how Urban Meyer would adapt to the NFL role, just as any college coach would receive upon making the jump. But so far, the Jaguars coach has been the poster child for a problematic transition.