Jaguars' Jamal Agnew returns missed field goal 109 yards for a touchdown

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A last-second field goal attempt that would have set an NFL record turned into a record-tying runback the other way on Sunday.

On the final play of the first half of the game between the Arizona Cardinals and Jacksonville Jaguars, Cards kicker Matt Prater – who already holds the NFL record with a 64-yard field goal – came out to attempt a 68-yarder.

However, his kick fell just short and into the arms of Jaguars wide receiver Jamal Agnew, who was standing nine yards deep into the end zone. Agnew then returned the missed field goal all the way to the other end zone, a record-tying 109-yard return for a touchdown.

And to the delight of football fans everywhere, Fox Sports' Gus Johnson was on the call.

Agnew's return was just the third 109-yard touchdown in NFL history, tying Antonio Cromartie (interception return) and Cordarrelle Patterson (kickoff return) for the league record.

It was Agnew's second touchdown return this season after he returned a kickoff 102 yards in last week's game against the Denver Broncos.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Jacksonville Jaguars' Jamal Agnew ties NFL record with 109-yard return