The Jacksonville Jaguars made history on Sunday after wide receiver and return specialist Jamal Agnew returned a missed field goal attempt for a 109-yard touchdown.
A 68-YARD FG ATTEMPT TURNS INTO A 109-YARD RETURN TD.
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According to the league’s media research department, Agnew’s touchdown is tied for the longest in NFL history.
With two seconds remaining in the first half, the Arizona Cardinals attempted a 68-yard field goal, which would have been a record itself. However, the ball fell just short. Agnew caught the ball and subsequently ran all the way for the score.
The touchdown gave the Jaguars a 13-7 over the Cardinals entering halftime.
A win in the game would give Jacksonville its first victory of the season. Arizona, on the other hand, would receive its first loss.