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50 best plays of 2013 - No. 32: Ace Sanders scores his first career touchdown

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We're counting down the 50 best plays of 2013. Who made it to No. 32? Wide receiver Ace Sanders and his ability to take a simple swing pass and make everybody miss.

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In the 50 days leading up to the preseason opener between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, we're counting down the 50 best plays of 2013.

Yesterday at No. 33 was a combination play -- Winston Guy sacking E.J. Manuel and forcing a fumble, and then Sen'Derrick Marks recovering that fumble.

Today at No. 32? Ace Sanders scoring his first career touchdown, in exactly the way head coach Gus Bradley and offensive coordinator envisioned him when they drafted him out of South Carolina.

Tied at 3-3, the Jaguars were driving for the go-ahead score. On third-and-seven, Fisch lines Sanders up in the backfield calls for a swing pass to the short side of the field.

Sanders takes the pass and runs untouched through three Buffalo Bills defenders to put the Jaguars up 10-3 at the beginning of the second quarter.

Should Sanders' first career touchdown in the NFL be on the list? Let us know in the comments below!