This year marks the 25th season for the Jacksonville Jaguars. To celebrate, we’re counting down 100 days from our regular season kickoff with the top 100 moments in franchise history.
Yesterday it was Byron Leftwich to Jimmy Smith to beat the New York Jets in overtime.
Today is probably the most Jaguars way a game has ended that I have ever seen.
November 15, 2015
In a fairly lackluster matchup against the Baltimore Ravens, Jason Myers looked more off his game than he ever had previously during his rookie season.
At the end of the third quarter, with the Jaguars down 14-13, Blake Bortles actually put together one of their few good drives of the day. But they stalled in the red zone and had to get the kicking team out there for a consolation 26-yard field goal.
And then Myers hanxed it.
Then at the end of the game with three seconds left, Elvis Dumervil grabbed Bortles by the facemask and a penalty was called immediately. Myers was called on again to attempt a 53-yard field goal — more than twice as long as the one he had just missed.
And he made it.
He actually made it.
This was, quite possibly, the most Jaguars end to a Jaguars game I have seen in recent years. pic.twitter.com/rx247U7Sob— Ryan Day (@ryaneatscake) July 23, 2019
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