After squandering a 28-10 fourth quarter lead, the Jacksonville Jaguars found themselves on their own 49-yard line with 2:38 left to play in the 2007 AFC Wildcard Game. Three plays later, the Jags were faced with a 4th and 2. Quarterback David Garrard dropped back to pass but inexplicably took off running. Amazingly, Garrard got by the scrum of entangled behemoths, picked up the first down, and then was finally tackled on the Steelers' 11-yard line. The Jags kicked a field goal a few plays later to go ahead 31-29 with 37 seconds left in the game. The Jags sealed the victory by forcing Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to fumble. Garrard's heroic and surprising run is one of the biggest plays in Jaguars’ history. Other big moments for the Jags include reaching the AFC Championship Game in their second year of existence and defeating the Miami Dolphins 62-7 in 1999 playoffs.
The Jaguars are an expansion team that entered the NFL in 1995 along with the Carolina Panthers. The Jags belong to the AFC South with the Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, and Tennessee Titans. The Jaguars home stadium is EverBank Field. Some of the team’s notable players over the years include Tony Boselli, Maurice Jones-Drew, and Jimmy Smith.