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No. 1: Jacksonville Jaguars win 22-20 over Baltimore Ravens

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We’re counting down to the 2020 NFL preseason opener what would have been the Jacksonville Jaguars preseason opener by ranking all 51 regular season wins over the past decade.

Today at No. 1? The most Jaguars game of the decade.

Week 10 — November 15, 2015

Ugh, the NFL won’t let me embed the video so you can see the highlights here.

When I tell you I’ve never laughed harder in my life after a Jaguars game, I mean it. For the first 58 minutes this was as sloppy, mistake-ridden, uninteresting a game as you could ask for.

And then Blake Bortles.

With three seconds left (THREE) the Jaguars got their final snap off. Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson run to the end zone while Allen Hurns stares at the sideline inexplicably. T.J. Yeldon is behind the line of scrimmage providing an emergency option and Julius Thomas is jogging in the middle of the field looking back at the Ravens defense all over his quarterback.

And then Elvis Dumervil grabs Bortles by the facemask and the penalty is called immediately.

15 yards.

One final kick.

Jason Myers (who missed field goals and extra points on the day!) drilled a 53-yarder with no time remaining.

Tears. Real tears.

Go Jaguars.

Why the ranking at No. 1?

This is, by far, the most Jaguars victory of the decade. Elvis Dumervil with the... well, whatever it was. And then Jason Myers with a kick of 53 yards after he’d missed multiple kicks from inside the red zone (including extra points). Gus Bradley was shirtless after this win. My God.

Up tomorrow?

The next decade of Jaguars football. Love y’all.