Maurice Jones-Drew perfectly predicted the Jaguars comeback

Former Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew picked the Los Angeles Chargers to win Saturday night, although there’s really no question where his loyalties truly lie.

With the Chargers leading 27-7 at halftime against the Jaguars, Jones-Drew offered a different prediction Saturday for how the rest of the game would shake out. It couldn’t have been more accurate.

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“The most Charger thing to do is to allow the Jaguars back in the game in the second half and they win on a last-second field goal,” Jones-Drew said into the NFL Network cameras just before 10 p.m. ET.

The Chargers did exactly that, getting outscored by the Jaguars 24-3 in the second half. And just like Jones-Drew predicted, a last-second field goal from Jacksonville’s Riley Patterson gave the team its only lead of the night.

Jones-Drew has been picking against the Jaguars for more than a month now to give the team a little counter-jinx magic. On Saturday, he showed he can also pull out the crystal ball and give a real prediction of what Jacksonville can accomplish.

Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire