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NFL World Reacts to Chargers’ Epic Collapse vs. Jaguars

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After leading 27–0 in the primary half due to five Jaguars turnovers, the Chargers found a method to blow their four-touchdown result in lose 31–30 in Jacksonville on Saturday night within the third-largest postseason comeback in NFL history.

It was a tale of two halves for Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence, who threw 4 interceptions in the primary half—and one touchdown shortly before halftime—before turning around and throwing three second-half touchdown passes to pace the comeback for Jacksonville.

Because of poor situational play calling and even worse execution, the Chargers slowly but surely relinquished their lead. The pivotal sequence got here with 5:25 to play within the fourth quarter. With Jacksonville trailing 30–20, Lawrence connected on his fourth touchdown pass of the night, with wide receiver Christian Kirk hauling it in from nine yards out. On the play, Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa believed that Jacksonville committed a false start that wasn’t called by the officials. On the method to the sideline, Bosa slammed his helmet into the bottom in frustration and was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct.

With the ball then placed on the 1-yard line trailing 30–26, Jags coach Doug Pederson rolled the dice and elected to go for 2. Lawrence used his 6’6” frame to succeed in the ball over the goal line for the gutsy two-point conversion. If Jacksonville could get a stop on the next drive, all it might need is a field goal to win the sport.

And that’s exactly what happened, because the Jaguars defense forced a three-and-out, and Trevor Lawrence’s offense moved the ball down the sector with time waning. The important thing play on the drive was one other masterclass play call by Pederson, who on fourth-and-1 from the Los Angeles 41 called an outdoor run with Travis Etienne against a stacked box. The play went for 25 yards and arrange Jacksonville deep in Los Angeles territory. 

Kicker Riley Patterson converted a 36-yard field goal as time expired to finish the comeback.

Listed here are a few of one of the best tweets from social media reacting to the improbable comeback by the Jaguars, as they now march on to the AFC Divisional Round.

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