Jaguars chip away at Chargers’ lead with pair of touchdowns

The Jacksonville Jaguars dug themselves a 27-0 hole before they got on the scoreboard in an AFC Wild-Card game against the Los Angeles Chargers on Saturday night.

Jacksonville broke through in the final minute of the first half as Engram caught a 9-yard pass from Trevor Lawrence, who had already thrown 4 interceptions.

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Doug Pederson wanted the Jaguars to make a statement on the first two drives of the second half and they did.

They stopped the Chargers and then went on a long drive that ate up almost half the quarter.

Lawrence had found his groove and ended the march of 89 yards with a 6-yard pass to Marvin Jones Jr. in the end zone.

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The crowd was getting back into the game with the Jaguars trailing by 13 points.

However, Justin Herbert led the Chargers to a field goal that made it 30-14 after Cameron Dicker connected from 50.

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It still was a two-score game.

Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire