Jaguars Claw Back to Beat the Chargers, 20-17 in Overtime

Leonard Fournette

Jaguars Claw Back to Beat the Chargers, 20-17 in Overtime

Let's recap the insanity... Jaguars safety Tashaun Gipson scooped it up and ran into the end zone for a touchdown that looked like it was going to seal it for the Jags.

The play was reviewed and the replay official decided that Gipson was down by contact even though there didn't seem to be clear visual evidence he had been touched.

Lambo's kick was tipped at the line of scrimmage, but the ball still had enough to just barely sail over the uprights, giving the Jaguars the victory. Obviously, the Chargers weren't ready and the Jags made them pay.

A defensive pass interference penalty on Trevor Williams moved the Jags to the 14-yard-line but then Lee was called for taunting Boston after a collision in the end zone. In the 4th quarter Nick Novak, who was released to make room for Lambo who was released to make room for Younghoe Koo who was released to make room for Novak, nailed a 50-yard field goal to put the Bolts up 17-14. Enter: Blake Bortles, whose only job this season is to not mess things up.

The Chargers picked off Blake Bortles twice in the fourth quarter.

Nope, not even close. However, they went toe-to-toe with the Jaguars great defense and had their chances to win before old issues reared their head.

The Chargers play two of their next three games on the road after the bye week. Rivers completed 21-of-37 passes for 235 passing yards, two touchdowns and interception.

I say a chance because the regular long-snapper Matt Overton was out of the game with a shoulder injury so Tyler Shatley was in for the FG snap. They stopped the Jaguars in overtime, and still they couldn't win. The play was hilariously recapped by former Colts P Pat McAfee...

The two scores came after Jacksonville got on the board thanks to a fake punt in the first quarter.

After forcing the Jaguars to punt on their first possession of overtime, Rivers was intercepted on third down by A.J. Bouye, and the cornerback returned it down to the 2-yard line, setting up the game-winning field goal by Lambo.

Rivers appeared to trash-talk Bouye after throwing the game away, which is probably the wrong time to talk trash.

Bortles set Lambo up on the left hashmark, which the kicker prefers, and then the Bolts defense was called for a delay of game penalty.

It may not have been the most anticipated game of Week 10, but the Jacksonville Jaguars hosting the Los Angeles Chargers turned out to be one of the craziest games of the season. And it worked against the Chargers for a 56-yard touchdown to open the scoring.

Jacksonville Jaguars running back Corey Grant once again displayed how he got the nickname "Tail Lights" when special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis called his second successful fake punt of the year. Like I said, this game had everything.

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