Jacksonville Jaguars 13, Indianapolis Colts 16, and the Jacksonville Jaguars fell to the Indianapolis Colts in overtime.
The Jacksonville Jaguars almost edged out the Indianapolis Colts 16-13 off a 53-yard field goal by Jason Myers with just one second left in the game.
But instead the Jags went into overtime against their division foe.
After a nice 36-yard gain on the ground by T.J. Yeldon in overtime, the Jaguars finally had an offensive opportunity to win again. Unfortunately, the Jags stalled again.
After a big stop of the Colts offense, the Jaguars took over at the 39-yard line to drive again. Allen Robinson bailed quarterback Blake Bortles out with a big 14-yard reception on third and eight in the drive.
After a rush by T.J. Yeldon to get up over 100 yards in the game and a scramble by Bortles, the Jaguars were in prime position to win.
Myers came back on the field to try a 48-yard game winner and managed to miss wide left.
The nail-biter continued for everyone watching the game and the Jacksonville Jaguars scrambled to get back in a position to win it.
Unfortunately, the Indianapolis Colts connected on a big 28-yard pass to Coby Fleener, opening up the field to score. Frank Gore punished the Jaguars on third down for a 22-yard run, putting the game pretty much out of reach with 5:49 left in the fourth quarter.
Adam Vinatieri came on the field for a 27-yard attempt and nailed it right through to end the game.
Vinatieri doesn’t miss and he came through, once again, with a game-winning kick in his career.
Despite numerous opportunities to win the game, the Jacksonville Jaguars just couldn’t put together enough offensive production to get in a position to win. Myers missed twice, but they were big field goals for a young kicker and the Jaguars offense wasn’t getting close enough to make the kick easy.
It was a tough, winnable division loss.
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