The Jacksonville Jaguars finally got into the winners column last week after knocking down a 53-yard field goal as time expired to beat the Miami Dolphins 23-20 London and snap their 20-game losing streak.
When Matthew Wright’s third field goal of the afternoon went through the uprights at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, it was the Jaguars’ first victory in 399 days. That dated way back to beating the Indianapolis Colts in the 2020 season opener.
It was a great moment for the team, but the league wanted to make sure things were on the up and up, so they randomly drug tested Jags kicker Matthew Wright just to make sure he was taking anything they didn’t know about.
Aside from the game winner, Wright also also made a 54-yarder to tie the game at 20-20 and had a 40-yarder in the first quarter. Those are the only three field goals the Jaguars have made this season.
Lawrence made history as well as he became the first rookie quarterback to win a game in London. His 319 passing yards are also the most by a rookie QB in London, beating the previous mark of 309 by former Jaguar Gardner Minshew in 2019.