Jaguars overcome 27-0 deficit to shock Chargers in AFC Wild-Card Game

The Jacksonville Jaguars’ magical ride continues after one of the most remarkable comebacks in NFL playoff history.

The AFC South champs defeated the Los Angeles Chargers, 31-30, on Saturday night when Riley Patterson hit a 36-yard field goal as time expired.

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The Jaguars converted a fourth-and-1 on the drive when Travis Etienne ran for 25 yards.

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By erasing a 27-0 deficit, the Jaguars completed the third-biggest comeback in playoff history.

Only the famed Buffalo Bills comeback against the Houston Oilers and an Indianapolis Colts rally against the Kansas City Chiefs saw greater deficits erased.

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The Jaguars outscored the Chargers 24-3 in the second half after finally getting on the board in the final minute of the first half.

Trevor Lawrence threw four first-half interceptions before getting his game together. He wound up with 4 TD passes and 288 passing yards.

The Jaguars move on to the Divisional round and the Chargers head home wondering what happened.

What odds did the Jaguars overcome? How about these?

 

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Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire