Let’s quarantine together, friends!
We’re gonna be on Twitter tonight with a bunch of our pals tonight watching the Jacksonville Jaguars absolute throttle the Indianapolis Colts in 2006.
Hit play on the video below at 9:04pm EST sharp, y’all. (You might want to preload the video a few minutes before so you’re not stuck starting with a 15 second Sprint ad.)
The Jaguars not only beat the Colts, they dominated them. They set a franchise single-game record with 375 yards rushing between Fred Taylor and Maurice Jones-Drew.
On the first play from scrimmage, Taylor ran 76 yards down to the red zone.
On the second play from scrimmage, Jones-Drew scored on an 18-yard run.