All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey isnít one to shy away from the spotlight or say whatís on his mind. That was made crystal clear over the weekend prior to his week long suspension for going after the local Jacksonville media Cheap Logan Cooke Jersey , but really I think we all love it when Jalen Ramsey talks trash because heís exceptionally good at it.Recently, Ramsey did an interview with GQ magazine and had some very specific thoughts about some of the quarterbacks in the league, including incoming rookies. One rookie specifically, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen, Ramsey thinks is uh... bad.ďI think [Buffalo Bills draft pick Josh] Allen is trash. I donít care what nobody say. Heís trash,Ē Ramsey told Clay Skipper of GQ Magazine. ďAnd itís gonna show too. Thatís a stupid draft pick to me. We play them this year, and Iím excited as hell. I hope heís their starting quarterback. He played at Wyoming. Every time they played a big schoolólike, they played Iowa State, which is not a big school in my opinion because I went to Florida State, and he threw five interceptions, and they lost by a couple touchdowns or something like that.鉁?He never beat a big school. If you look at his games against big schools, it was always hella interceptions Youth Logan Cooke Jersey , hella turnovers. Itís like: Yo, if youíre this good, why couldnít you do better? He fits that mold, heís a big, tall quarterback. Big arm, supposedly. I donít see it, personally.ĒIn fairness to Josh Allen, he didnít play Iowa State while at Wyoming, but he did play against Iowa and did not play well in the 24-3 loss, throwing two interceptions.On the flip side, I have a hard time seeing Allen being good because he was simply not good in college. Itís hard to be bad in college, then suddenly be good in the NFL Womens Andrew Norwell Jersey , regardless of surrounding cast which is something Allen kind of blamed his poor play on.Regardless of Jalenís feelings on the media, heís still the king of trash talk and itís hilarious.Bad calls, turnovers and poor QB play doom Jaguars The Jacksonville Jaguars fell to the Kansas City Chiefs on the road 30-14 on Sunday in Arrowhead in a game that could have been a lot closer than the score ended up being. There were a myriad of issues that sunk the Jaguars, but one of the big ones happened early in the game when it was still in reach and only down 10-0.The Jaguars had the ball on the doorstep, third-and-two on about the four-yard line and decided to throw a jump ball to Donte Moncrief. As expected, since Moncrief isnít great at contested catches, fell incomplete and the Jaguars were on fourth down. I donít think anyone would have quibbled with kicking a field goal and taking points on the road, but the Jaguars decided to go for it on fourth down and didnít convert. Going for it on fourth down here is perfectly fine. I wasnít against it. If Austin Seferian-Jenkins holds on to the ball itís at worst a first down and they get a few more tries. The real gaff was... if you knew you were going to go for it on fourth down why in the hell are you throwing the ball on third down?!Run the dang ball.Jaguars backup running back TJ Yeldon was straight up gashing the Chiefs defense during the drive. Run the ball on third-and-two if youíre planning to go for it on fourth down. It makes no sense to go back-to-back passing plays from point blank range if thatís the case. That choice and failure to execute started the snowball to the loss.We always knew the Chiefs offense was going to score points on the Jaguars defense, no matter how good they were. Their offensive personnel is insane and tough for even the best defense to cover, and all things considered I think the Jaguars defense did about as best they could. They directly surrendered 20 points (Jags offense handed them 10) to the leagues best offense, on the road, while the offense turned the ball over four (5) times. The failure in the redzone when it was 10-0 started the snowball and put the Jaguars in ďcatch upĒ mode Youth Donte Moncrief Jersey , which they are absolutely not built to deal with. After the defense go another stop, limiting the Chiefs to a field goal, Blake Bortles threw one of the most brutal pick sixes I can remember him throwing to a big olí Chiefs defensive lineman on a screen pass.Instead of entering halftime down a manageable 13-7 or 13-3, the Jaguars went in 20-0 and you knew the game was all but over.I donít typically criticize play calling in the moment or until I at least sit down for a second watch, because itís easy to question a play immediately after it happens, but the call sequence inside the five yard line early in the game was atrocious and started the downward spiral to the loss.Bortles had a rough day overall, but asking him to drop back to pass near 70 times is always going to be a recipe for disaster but thatís the situation the Jaguars found themselves in. They had repeated chances in the redzone and striking distance, but turned the ball over multiple times and left a lot of points on the field.Credit to the Chiefs, they thoroughly outplayed the Jaguars, but that loss left an especially bad taste in my mouth because I felt like a close game was right there to be had and it just bounced off a linemanís helmet.