Josh Johnson goes from inactive to playmaker in a month for Jacksonville Jaguars - ESPN.com
A month ago, Josh Johnson couldn’t get on the field. On Sunday, he made the biggest defensive play of the Jacksonville Jaguars' season. The first-year cornerback from Purdue broke up Andrew Luck's fourth-down pass to tight end Dwayne Allen with 1:36 to play, which gave the Jaguars a 30-27 victory over Indianapolis at Wembley Stadium. It was just the third NFL game for a player who had spent the past two seasons in the Canadian Football League.
Something new: A victory - BigCatCountry.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars won. They finally did it. Seems like ages since we were able to fully enjoy a whole Sunday. Before football was here we were miserable because we didn't have football. Then football arrives, and we get three full weeks of body blows and uppercuts. But, like I said, we won!
Wembley win finally gives Jaguars something to write home about - TheGuardian.com
Pitchside pyrotechnics, pillars of popcorn and a mascot descending from the roof on a zip line. The National Football League celebrated a decade of regular-season games at Wembley as only it knows how. There was even a first win of this season for London’s ‘home’ team, the Jacksonville Jaguars, who survived a wild fourth-quarter rally to beat the Indianapolis Colts 30-27.