A few weeks ago, the thought of the Jacksonville Jaguars winning four games this season seemed a bit far-fetched. They were undoubtedly one of the worst teams in the league, and some had them pegged as legitimate challengers to become just the second 0-16 team in NFL history.
While they’re not exactly the best team in the league now by any stretch, they’ve improved just enough that with a win tonight over the Houston Texans, they will be a four-win team.
To make sure that happens, head coach Gus Bradley is pulling out all the stops and all the tricks.
With his team up 17-10 on the struggling Texans, and driving in Houston territory, Bradley called for the old double pass.
Chad Henne dropped back, fired one off quick to wide receiver Ace Sanders who quickly found a wide open Jordan Todman for the 21-yard score:
That right there made the score 24-10 with about six minutes to go in the third quarter. So, barring any sort of defensive failure, the Jags may have that fourth win waiting for them shortly.