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69 days until kickoff: What’s the most #nice moment in Jaguars history?

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With just 69 days until kickoff, let’s talk about #nice moments in Jacksonville Jaguars history.

What’s the most #nice moment in Jaguars history?

Maybe it’s when we rolled into Mile High Stadium and beat up on John Elway? Entering the divisional round matchup against the Broncos, the Jaguars were a full two-touchdown underdog to the AFC's number one seed. Everyone expected the Broncos to wallop the Jags and march straight through the AFC to the Super Bowl, but it wasn't to be for Elway.

Or maybe it’s when David Garrard decided to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on his own. It was 4th and 2. The Jaguars had no time outs, and it was a true "do or die" situation. At that point, David Garrard decided to call his own number and he ran a quarterback draw up the middle of the defense, taking the ball to the 11 yard line.

Whatever it is, let us know!

What moment in Jaguars history would you consider to be the most #nice?