The Jaguars dropped their season opener 28-2 to the Chiefs Sunday, putting them on pace to score all of 32 points this season. Head coach Gus Bradley said he was optimistic his team could maintain that clip for the rest of the season.

“Sure, 32 points is a lot for us,” said Bradley. “But we looked really good on that blocked-punt safety yesterday. Maybe we can squeak out a few more of those. A couple field goals and an MJD TD here or there and we’ve got a great chance at 32 points this season.”

The current record for fewest points scored in a season belongs to the 1992 Seattle Seahawks, who scored 140 points. Experts think Jacksonville will be hard-pressed to come anywhere close to that total.

“The Jaguars are absolutely pathetic,” said ESPN NFL analyst John Clayton. “If I had to bet which would be higher Peyton Manning threw for seven TDs this week, which in my estimation is at least three more than the entire Jacksonville offense will score this year.”