In at No. 22? Ace Sanders and his 51-yard catch-and-run, the longest of the year for the rookie out of South Carolina.
It may have turned out to be a defensive slugfest, but the Jaguars started off the game by marching down the field and getting a touchdown on their opening drive. This is the play that set up that touchdown, the only one of the game.
But it almost didn't happen. On third-and-four, offensive coordinator Jedd Fish called a play that almost looked like it should be run on the goal line. It's a perfectly designed play to confuse the opposing secondary, with the slot receiver faking the out route and instead running a slant.
Henne and Sanders timed it perfectly, with the ball being thrown before Sanders had fully gotten into his slant.
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