The Jacksonville Jaguars claimed a 24-6 victory against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, snapping a nine-game losing streak.
Former Cleveland Browns running back Greg Pruitt called it "the worst time to have a bad game."
Pruitt joined us on Fox 8 News in the Morning to break down the game in our Monday Morning Running Back segment.
"You know during the course of the season, it’s impossible to play your best game for 16 weeks, sooner or later you’re gonna have a bad game," Pruitt reasoned.
But he noted the Jaguars are much better than their record reflects.
Pruitt advised the Browns to put this game behind them.
Then next game, "Make it as tough as possible for the opposing team."