The Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the New York Giants after going down three touchdowns and starting the second half losing 21-3. Much of that is due to head coach Gus Bradley not letting his team give up, offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch calling plays that played to his quarterback's strengths, and the defense getting two touchdowns.
But a lot of that was also due to rookie quarterback Blake Bortles and the first interception-free game of his career.
Bortles is up against some stiff competition: San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers who put together an 80-yard game-winning touchdown drive and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers who staved off the New England Patriots with a crucial third down conversion.
Vote for Bortles here and let's help him win the GMC Never Say Never award for Week 13!