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No. 7: Jacksonville Jaguars win 31-28 over Indianapolis Colts

Indianapolis Colts v Jacksonville Jaguars Photo by Michael DeHoog/Sports Imagery/Getty Images

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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. 7? That time we broke Ben Roethlisberger’s brain.

Week 4 — October 3, 2010

It was Week 4 and the Jaguars were coming off two 25-point losses in a row — on the road to the San Diego Chargers and then a lackluster effort where the team only scored three points against the Philadelphia Eagles at home.

Our first AFC South game of the season was hosting Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts and the Jaguars were matching them drive for drive throughout the game. Tied 28-28, David Garrard put together a few good passes to *squints* Tiquan Underwood (lol) to get us to the Colts’ 41-yard line.

With five seconds left, Scobee got the call and he nailed it.

It was pandemonium in that stadium and it’s a very fun memory.

Why the ranking at No. 7?

Because screw Peyton Manning. Forever and ever amen.

Up tomorrow?

One of the ugliest games in franchise history against the ugliest team in the AFC South.