JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Florida Sports Channel) – The Jacksonville Jaguars lost their 19th game in a row to NFC teams with today’s 23-17 defeat against the New York Giants. The Jags’ last NFC victory was against the Giants in the opening game of the 2018 season.
The Giants scored on their first nine play drive, which was capped off by a 32 yard QB Daniel Jones touchdown pass to WR Darius Slayton, followed by K Graham Gano’s extra point. But the Jaguars responded with their own six play drive, highlighted by a seven yard RB Travis Etienne Jr. sprint past the goal line. After a two-point conversion on another Etienne run, the Jags led 8-7, which remained the score at the end of the first quarter.
Early in the second quarter, the Jags fell short of scoring another touchdown, but K Riley Patterson’s 27 yard field goal extended their lead to 11-7. The Giants responded on their next drive with a 33 yard field goal by Graham Gano, to bring New York just a point behind Jacksonville. The Jags came close to scoring, but the Giants’ FS Xavier McKinney forced a Travis Etienne Jr. fumble that was recovered by NY’s SS Julian Love in the end zone. That scoring drive ended with yet another 33 yard field goal by Gano, putting the Giants up 13-11 at the half.
Early in the third quarter, Travis Etienne Jr. excited Jaguars fans with a 49 yard run. That scoring drive later ended with a 1 yard QB Trevor Lawrence touchdown run. But Riley Patterson missed the extra point, which was blocked by CB Nick McCloud. But the Jags were up 17-13. The Jaguars defense also did a fine job stopping the Giants from scoring on their next drive, thwarting a pass attempt by Daniel Jones to WR Marcus Johnson on 4th down with 2 yards to go on the Jacksonville 3 yard line. The Jags also stopped the Giants’ next drive, as well. The score remained 17-13 at the end of the quarter.
A defensive interference penalty by Jaguars CB Tyson Campbell set up a one yard touchdown run by the Giants’ Daniel Jones. After Graham Gano’s extra point, the Giants pulled ahead 20-17. A 34 yard field goal by Gano extended the Giants lead to 23-17. The Jaguars put up a valiant effort in the final minute of the game, advancing to the one yard line, before time ran out.
Trevor Lawrence finished with 310 yards and a rushing touchdown. Travis Etienne Jr. led the Jaguars rushing with 114 yards and a touchdown. Christian Kirk was the leading receiver with 96 yards. OL Cam Robinson suffered a shoulder injury in the second quarter and was out for the rest of the game.
Today’s attendance was 65,664, the highest at TIAA Bank Field this season, though there were many more blue than teal jerseys in the seats. Next week, the Jaguars travel overseas to take on the Denver Broncos at London’s Wembley Stadium. Kickoff will be Sunday, 10/30 at 9:30 a.m. Be sure to follow www.FloridaSportsChannel.com and www.FloridaNationalNews.com for more.
Jaguars Beat Cowboys in OT to End 20 Game Losing Streak Against NFC Teams
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Florida Sports Channel) – The Jacksonville Jaguars (6-8) defeated the Dallas Cowboys (10-4) 40-34 in an exciting overtime victory. This win put an end to the Jaguars’ 20 game losing streak against NFC opponents. The last time the Jaguars beat an NFC team was against the New York Giants in the 2018 season opener. Today’s game was only the second time the Cowboys have played at TIAA Bank Field. On their last visit in 2006, the Jags defeated Dallas 24-17.
The Cowboys scored the first touchdown of the game on a ten yard run up the middle by RB Ezekiel Elliott, followed by K Brett Maher’s extra point. The scored remained 7-0 at the end of the first quarter.
The Cowboys added a second touchdown early in the second quarter on a 20 yard QB Dak Prescott pass to TE Peyton Hendershot, followed by another extra point by Brett Maher. The Jaguars responded with a touchdown midway through the quarter, as Trevor Lawrence threw a 5 yard pass to Zay Jones, capped off by an extra point by K Riley Patterson. But the Cowboys answered with a one yard touchdown pass to WR Noah Brown from Prescott on the first play after the two minute warning. The extra point by Maher put the Cowboys up 21-7.
On the Jaguars first drive of the second half, Riley Patterson’s 33 yard field goal reduced the Cowboys lead, 21-10. But the Cowboys’ Brett Maher kicked a 24 yard field goal on their next possession to restore the lead, 24-10. Maher added a 53 yard field goal to extend the Cowboys lead to 27-10. The Jaguars began an impressive comeback to change the game’s momentum with Trevor Lawrence’s 59 yard touchdown pass to Zay Jones. An interception by the Jags’ SS Rayshawn Jenkins helped to set up another Lawrence touchdown pass, this time a 10 yarder to WR Marvin Jones Jr. Patterson’s extra points helped to narrow the Jaguars deficit to 27-24 at the end of the third quarter.
In the fourth, Trevor Lawrence again found Zay Jones in the end zone with a 3 yard touchdown pass, followed by another Riley Patterson extra point, putting the Jaguars ahead 31-27. The Cowboys scored on a 13 yard pass to WR Noah Brown by Dak Prescott, followed by Brett Maher’s extra point. The Cowboys took the lead 34-31 with just over three minutes to go. The Jaguars were marching downfield, when a fumble by Trevor Lawrence caused by Cowboys S Jayron Kearse was recovered by LB Micah Parsons. On the Jaguars’ final possession, the offense moved the ball to set up a Riley Patterson 48 yard field goal with five seconds remaining to tie it up 34-34.
In overtime, the Jaguars were unable to score on their first possession. But the Jags SS Rayshawn Jenkins intercepted a Dak Prescott pass, returning it 51 yards for the touchdown to win the game.
Trevor Lawrence finished with 318 yards and 4 touchdowns. Travis Etienne Jr. led the Jaguars rushing with 103 yards. Zay Jones was the leading receiver with 109 yards and three touchdowns.
Today’s game was a sellout, with attendance of 69,050. The Jaguars travel to MetLife Stadium to face the New York Jets this Thursday, 12/22. Kickoff is at 8:15 p.m. Be sure to follow www.FloridaSportsChannel.com and www.FloridaNationalNews.com for more.
Jaguars Upset Ravens 28-27
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Florida Sports Channel) – The Jacksonville Jaguars (4-7) beat the Baltimore Ravens (7-4) 28-27 on their first visit to TIAA Bank Field since 2016. This was an exciting game with multiple lead changes before the Jaguars closed it out with seconds to spare.
Today’s game started 25 minutes later than the 1:00 p.m. planned kickoff, due to heavy rains. Fortunately, the skies cleared up and the weather was perfect for the whole game. Ravens K Justin Tucker put up a 27 yard field goal to cap off Baltimore’s first drive. He added a 29 yard three pointer later in the first quarter, to put the Ravens up 6-0 heading into the second.
The Jaguars scored with a 28 yard touchdown pass from QB Trevor Lawrence to RB JaMycal Hasty on their first drive of the quarter. K Riley Patterson added an extra point to put the Jags ahead 7-6. But Justin Tucker’s 55 yard field goal returned the lead to the Ravens, 9-7, until Patterson’s 22 yard field goal gave the lead back to the Jaguars, 10-9 heading into the half.
Justin Tucker added a 24 yard field goal to put the Ravens up 12-10 midway through the third, the only points scored that quarter.
Ravens RB Gus Edwards scored a 1 yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter, followed by Justin Tucker’s extra point, to extend the Ravens lead 19-10. But a 1 yard Trevor Lawrence touchdown pass to WR Jamal Agnew followed by Riley Patterson’s extra point narrowed the Jaguars’ deficit to two points. Soon after, a fumble by Ravens SS Andrew Wingard was recovered by Jaguars CB Tevaughn Campbell, which later set up a 29 yard Riley Patterson field goal, to put the Jaguars ahead 20-19. But QB Lamar Jackson’s first touchdown pass of the game, a 12 yarder to TE Josh Oliver, was followed by a Jackson to TE Mark Andrews two point conversion, to put the Ravens up 27-20. The Jaguars final drive ended with a 10 yard Trevor Lawrence to WR Marvin Jones Jr. touchdown pass, and they succeeded in scoring a Lawrence to Zay Jones two point conversion, which put the Jags up 28-27. Justin Tucker was unable to score a 67 yard field goal as time expired.
Today’s first DUUUVAL was delivered by actor Asher Grosman who stars in the CBS sitcom, Ghosts, and is a lifelong Jaguars fan.
Trevor Lawrence finished with 321 yards and 3 touchdowns. JaMycal Hasty led the Jaguars rushing with 28 yards. Zay Jones was the leading receiver with 145 yards.
Today’s attendance was 59,560. The Jaguars travel to Detroit to face the Lions next Sunday, 12/4. Kickoff is at 1:00 p.m. at Ford Field. Be sure to follow www.FloridaSportsChannel.com and www.FloridaNationalNews.com for more.
Jaguars Beat Raiders to End Five Game Losing Streak
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Florida Sports Channel) – The Jacksonville Jaguars (3-6) ended their five game losing streak, beating the Las Vegas Raiders (2-6) by a score of 27-20 in front of their home team crowd. The Jaguars’ offense looked a little sluggish early on, perhaps because of the challenges of traveling back from London after their game against the Denver Broncos. The Jags have traditionally had their bye week right after their overseas game at Wembley Stadium, but this season, Jacksonville won’t get their bye until week eleven of this season. Fortunately, the team’s offense kicked in for the second half of the game and finished strong.
The Raiders were the first to score late in the first quarter with QB Derek Carr’s 25 yard touchdown pass to WR Davante Adams. K Daniel Carson added the extra point, putting the Raiders up 7-0 heading into the second quarter.
Daniel Carlson kicked a 38 yard field goal less than a minute into the quarter, extending the Raiders lead to 10-0. On the Raiders next drive, Derek Carr added a 38 yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams, followed by another Carlson extra point, bringing the score to 17-0. But the Jaguars followed with a drive led by RB Travis Etienne Jr., whose one yard touchdown run put the first points on the board for the Jaguars. K Riley Patterson’s extra point narrowed the Raiders lead to 17-7. A second 38 yard Carlson field goal extended the Raiders lead to 20-7. Patterson’s 44 yard field goal as time on the clock expired had the Jaguars down 20-10 at the half.
The Jaguars’ first drive of the second half ended with a seven yard touchdown pass from QB Trevor Lawrence to WR Christian Kirk, and a Riley Patterson extra point, making the score 20-17. Rain had some fans running for cover for part of the quarter, but the score remained 20-17 at the end of the third, and the sunny skies returned.
The Jaguars scored on the first play of the fourth quarter, as Travis Etienne Jr. ran five yards into the end zone, and Riley Patterson added an extra point. The Jaguars moved into the lead for the first time of the game, up 24-20. The quarter also featured a shirtless fan who ran downfield before he was finally tackled by security and escorted off the field by police. Riley Patterson missed a 41 yard field goal attempt late in the fourth quarter, as the ball bounced off the right goal post. But the Jags were able to stop the Raiders from scoring, and Patterson redeemed himself with a 48 yard field goal. The Jaguars defense succeeded in stopping the Raiders, including a sack of Derek Carr by DE Dawuane Smoot and an interception by LB Devin Lloyd, as the Jaguars won 27-20.
Today marked the Jaguars’ “Salute to Service” game, which is the NFL’s year-round commitment to honor, empower, and connect with the nation’s service members, veterans, and their families.
The last time the Raiders faced the Jaguars was the final game at Oakland Coliseum on Dec. 15, 2019. This was their first regular season matchup since the Raiders moved to Las Vegas in 2020. In their ten games against each other, the Jaguars record is now 6-4.
Trevor Lawrence finished with 235 yards and a touchdown. Travis Etienne Jr. led the Jaguars rushing with 109 yards and two touchdowns. Christian Kirk was the leading receiver with 76 yards and a touchdown.
Today’s attendance was 62,758. The Jaguars travel to Arrowhead Stadium to face the Kansas City Chiefs next Sunday, 11/13. Kickoff is at 1:00 p.m. Be sure to follow www.FloridaSportsChannel.com and www.FloridaNationalNews.com for more.
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