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POWER RANKING: All 51 Jacksonville Jaguars regular season wins over the past decade

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Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Kassim Osgood #81 celebrates his touchdown in the 2nd half vs the Denver Broncos in EverBank Field Sunday, 09- 12, 2010. Joe Amon/ The Denver Post Photo By Joe Amon/The Denver Post via Getty Images

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have not been a very good football team over the past decade. With an average of five wins a year and one playoff appearance, it’s been 10 years to forget.

But not before we memorialize each and every victory before the preseason starts.

We’ve had 51 regular season victories over the past decade — some of them have been hilarious, some nail-biters, and a scant few have been blowouts.

Over the next 51 days, we’re going to rank each and every one of them right here by just how Jaguars they really were.

Win by multiple touchdowns? Not very Jaguars.

Beating an opponent starting several backups on both sides of the ball? Not very Jaguars.

Winning on national television while only kicking field goals? Very Jaguars.

We’ll be updating this page over the next 51 days as we write about each regular season win — counting down to the August 13th preseason opener against the Carolina Panthers when the preseason opener was supposed to happen but it isn’t anymore.

Power Ranking All 51 Regular Season Wins

1. November 10, 2015 — The most Jaguars game of the last decade

2. November 14, 2010 — The Hail Mary

3. December 10, 2017 — DUUUUUUVVVVVAAAAALLLLLL!

4. December 2, 2018 — The lowest scoring game in franchise history

5. October 24, 2011 — We kicked four field goals and won

6. November 19, 2015 — The ugliest win in the ugliest uniforms

7. October 3, 2010 — Josh Scobee’s biggest kick

8. October 8, 2017 — We broke Ben Roethlisberger’s brain

9. December 15, 2019 — Shutting down Oakland for good

10. September 29, 2019 — The Scramble

11. December 23, 2018 — “Let’s go, boys. I’m back.”

12. November 29, 2017 — An ugly win against an even uglier team

13. September 16, 2018 — Blake Bortles vs. Tom Brady

14. October 2, 2016 — Another barn burner in London!

15. October 25, 2015 — Allen Hurns saves the day

16. November 12, 2017 — Remember THAT game against the Chargers?

17. December 1, 2013 — Chad Henne’s one and only game winning drive

18. November 10, 2013 — The first win of the Gus Bradley Era

19. December 5, 2010 — Remember that time we ran wild against Tennessee?

20. December 5, 2013 — That time Ace Sanders threw a touchdown

21. September 23, 2012 — Blaine Gabbert’s one and only game winning drive

22. October 16, 2016 — Jalen Ramsey’s breakout game

23. November 21, 2010 — A very fun win against the Browns! (No, really!)

24. December 29, 2019 — The last win of the decade

25. September 12, 2010 — The first win of the decade

26. September 20, 2015 — “And Jason Myers... is goooooooooooooood!”

27. November 24, 2013 — Chad Henne vs. Case Keenum

28. October 10, 2010 — A game we should all remember... but don’t

29. October 20, 2019 — Staying close with a terrible Bengals team

30. November 25, 2012 — Remember Jalen Parmele?

31. September 11, 2011 — Luke McCown had us undefeated at one point

32. December 13, 2015 — Andre Branch breakout game!

33. October 27. 2019 — Sam Darnold was seeing ghosts, folks

34. December 12, 2010 — A high-scoring slugfest against the Raiders? It happened.

35. October 31, 2010 — David Garrard’s FIVE TOUCHDOWN game

36. December 11, 2011 — When everything went right against the Buccaneers

37. January 1, 2012 — Sweeping the Colts so we couldn’t draft Andrew Luck

38. November 5, 2017 — Jalen Ramsey had the cops called on him during a game

39. December 18, 2014 — THE $600,000 SACK!

40. November 30, 2014 — The largest comeback in franchise history

41. December 24, 2016 — Doug Marrone’s first game? Doug Marrone’s first win

42. September 24, 2017 — Ending Joe Flacco in London

43. October 19, 2014 — Gus Bradley’s very first win by multiple touchdowns

44. September 9, 2018 — We beat the Giants and we were BACK, baby!

45. September 19, 2019 — Gardner Minshew wins his first game!

46. September 30, 2018 — We beat a rookie Sam Darnold. Yay?

47. October 22, 2017 — Our first shutout of the decade

48. December 3, 2017 — Preventing a losing season for the first time since 2010

49. September 10, 2017 — Beating Deshaun Watson in his debut

50. November 13, 2011 — Curtis Painter + Dan Orlovsky + Blaine Gabbert = Pain

51. December 17, 2017 — We clinched a playoff spot? We clinched a playoff spot!