Unlike Jacksonville's recent losses, this was a game the team had a chance of winning, even when few expected the team to be competitive against Aaron Rodgers and company. Some would even argue the Jaguars outplayed Green Bay, but came up just a few plays short of winning it. Still, Jacksonville now falls to 1-6 on the season - moral victories don't show up on the standings chart.
Adam Stites of SB Nation's Jaguars blog, Big Cat Country, reacts to the team's moral victory and explains what it means for quarterback Blaine Gabbert. The young quarterback played through an injury and impressed, arguably playing his best game as a pro, passing for more than 300 yards on the day.
The Jaguars' season looks increasingly like a lost one that will result in many changes at the end of the year. Among the possible changes is the quarterback position, but if Gabbert only has a handful of games left to prove he belongs, he made a positive step towards doing so against the Packers.