The experiment has failed. Luton is now 0-3 as a starter with a 2:6 touchdown-to-interception ratio. The undefeated Steelers possess a swarming defense and had their way with the rookie on Sunday, holding him to a 43% completion percentage and zero touchdowns. The Jaguars have now strung nine straight loses and are a lock for a top draft pick in 2021, one that will certainly be used on a new face of the franchise. The team has every reason to keep Luton under center while the remaining games play out but with Gardner Minshew due to return to soon, it's not out of the question Minshew will be back under center by week 13. Any quarterback starting for the remainder of the season is drawing dead. As for Jake Luton, DLF's QB41, he''ll look to bounce back in week 12 against the Browns to raise his stock for a future opportunity.