Blake Bortles threw a number of ill-timed throws in his rookie season for the Jacksonville Jaguars, but he also had enough well-placed passes to show why general manager Blake Bortles took him as high as No. 3 overall.
Early in the season and on the road against the Tennessee Titans, Bortles was driving. The running game stalled throughout the game, meaning Bortles had to attempt a career-high 46 passes in Nashville.
No matter, as he had his first (and only) 300-yard game of 2014, capped off by this play where Bortles stood tall in the pocket, got hit, but completed a 59-yard pass to tight end Clay Harbor.
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