The Jacksonville Jaguars are 19 days away from their preseason opener against the New York Jets and that means we're counting down the top plays of last season.
Yesterday was Blake Bortles fixing his deep ball and connecting with Allen Robinson for a touchdown against the Miami Dolphins.
Today's top play?
No. 19: Telvin Smith does everything against the Titans
Telvin doesn't even make a move or try to spin inside, he just sprints around the edge and Marcus Mariota is delayed in stepping up into the pocket because of interior pressure. A lot of people think interior pressure is simply sacking the quarterback from between the tackles, but this is a perfect example of why Malik Jackson was brought in. If you can hold the point of attack with the interior linemen, the edge rushers have a much easier time making the sack.
But Telvin's speed and athleticism is on full display here nonetheless.
Does Telvin's sack and forced fumble against the Titans deserve to be in the top-25? Let us know in the comments below!