The Jacksonville Jaguars scored their biggest comeback victory in franchise history against the inaugural coach of the franchise in 2014 and the whole game was one big freaking party.
In the first half, the Jaguars looked pathetic, going down three scores at halftime and letting former running back Rashad Jennings run and score at every turn.
But then at halftime, things changed for the better as the defense scored several touchdowns and allowed the offense to milk the clock. It still took a game-winning drive by rookie quarterback Blake Bortles and a game-winning kick by Josh Scobee, but it all turned out for the best.
And Aaron Colvin's fumble recovery was the biggest play in the biggest game of the 2014 season. It's No. 1 on our list.
(Also, check out Tom Coughlin in the background.)
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