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Winners and losers
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According to rbsdm.com, the biggest play of the game by Expected Points Added (EPA) was Rayshawn Jenkins’ interception. The play of the game by Win Probability was Trevor Lawrence’s 65-yard touchdown pass to Jamal Agnew.
Trevor Lawrence’s 65-yard touchdown pass was not just the team’s longest play from scrimmage this season -- it was also the longest offensive touchdown of each player’s career.
Brandon Scherff left in the first quarter but returned soon after. Zay Jones exited in the fourth quarter with a hamstring injury and did not return. Trevor Lawrence entered concussion protocol following the game.
You can watch the top plays of Week 15 on the NFL’s YouTube channel here.
One lingering question
Will the Jaguars ever play a complete game? After consecutive embarrassing performances by the defense, Mike Caldwell’s unit stepped up to hold the Lamar Jackson-led Ravens to 23 points. However, Jacksonville scored just 7 points despite accruing 333 yards and reaching the opposing 40-yard line five times. On special teams, Jamal Agnew had a big return in addition to his touchdown catch, but Brandon McManus missed two 50-plus-yard field goals. It feels like the Jaguars have beaten themselves in every loss this season (bar San Francisco). A complete game isn’t even necessary, it’d just be nice to see a complete enough game to win against a team as good as Baltimore.
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