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Jacksonville Jaguars top 25 plays of 2015: T.J. Yeldon breaking tackles

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We're counting down the 25 best plays of 2015. Who made it to No. 17? T.J. Yeldon breaking tackles and going for his longest catch of the year against the Titans.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are 17 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 Allen Hurns finding a soft spot in coverage and Blake Bortles with a dime of a throw for a long touchdown against the New England Patriots.

Today's top play?

No. 17: T.J. Yeldon breaks several tackles for a 67-yard catch

In what was Yeldon's longest reception of 2015 (and only his third over 13 yards) Yeldon showed his endurance late in games as he broke off a 67-yard catch-and-run where he broke three tackles and went nearly 60 yards on the ground by himself. It resulted in an Allen Robinson touchdown just two plays later and put the Jaguars to within three points with over six minutes remaining in the game.

Does Yeldon's catch and run against the Titans deserve to be in the top-25 list? Let us know in the comments below!