JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan doesn't want to have any "knee-jerk reactions" to his team's losing ways.
The Jaguars (1-7) have dropped five in a row and are 0-4 at home this season heading into Thursday's game against Indianapolis.
Khan, who stayed in town for the short week, made it clear Wednesday that he won't make any changes before the end of the season.
He says the "most important thing is not to have knee-jerk reactions when things get tough - not to add drama to uncertainty."
There had been speculation that Khan might fire general manager Gene Smith and maybe even coach Mike Mularkey, but the owner put that to rest.
He says it "will be something for me to reflect on at the end of the season."