The Jacksonville Jaguars had certainly had a playmaker in Jalen Ramsey for the 2016 NFL season. The former All-American had 10 passes defended throughout the season, including one that clinched the game against the Chicago Bears, but he had yet to come up with his first career interception. It was his only knock in an otherwise Pro Bowl-caliber season.
That is, until they played the Houston Texans in a Week 15 matchup.
Early in the second quarter, Ramsey was able to take advantage of an errant Brock Osweiler pass and returned it 35 yards.
The Jaguars ended up losing the game 21-20, but Ramsey pick set up a field goal for and was his first of two in three games. It also helped Osweiler get benched in favor of Tom Savage.
Ramsey’s pick was the first interception for the Jaguars since Week 4 against the Indianapolis Colts in London on October 2.