Jaguars start fourth quarter with touchdown drive

NFL: JAN 21 AFC Divisional Playoffs - Jaguars at Chiefs
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The Jaguars’ best drive of the day came at a big time.

To start the fourth quarter, Jacksonville marched down the field on a seven-play, 75-yard drive that ended with Travis Etienne running into the end zone from four yards out.

The Chiefs’ lead is now down to 20-17.

With Patrick Mahomes hobbling on an injured ankle, it’s not going to be easy for the Chiefs to hold this lead. The Jaguars are very much alive.

11 responses to “Jaguars start fourth quarter with touchdown drive

  1. Jacksonville no excuses you blew this game and all America outside 3 states are infuriated with you.

  2. Helmet to helmet not called…just like many other no calls that benefited the Chiefs.

  3. Who will the refs be ignoring penalties for when Buff play KC ?? Chiefs should have had 3 roughing the passers called . Refs NOT TONIGHT gotta stick to the script

  4. Hmmm, no helmet to helmet call?

    Is it just me or is Chris Collingsworth annoying as hell?

  5. Welp this one is over. Looks like the Bills will be AFC champs. No way Peg Leg can pull this crap against the Bills

  6. Rookie cornerback makes a one handed interception against Boy Wonder – and The Zebras didn’t even call defensive pass interference.

    Jaguars kick returner fumbles a ball without being hit inside the ten yard line and The Zebras didn’t throw a flag for roughing the running back while four Chiefs are diving to pick up the loose ball.

    6 Chiefs defenders who all logged serious playing time today, are rookies, but they couldn’t have done anything without the referees assisting them.

    The Chiefs fatigue hatred is real. I love it.

  7. Jags put up a good fight – couple of plays might have made the difference, but they didn’t.

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