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Jaguars beat Dolphins in London, end 20-game losing streak

Jaguars beat Dolphins in London, end 20-game losing streak

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Oct 18
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The Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Miami Dolphins in London 23-20 on Sunday to end their 20-game losing streak. It was the second-longest losing streak in the history of the NFL, with the longest being held by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with 26 games.

The last time the Jaguars won a game was in their 2020 season opener against the Indianapolis Colts, 399 days before their win against the Dolphins on Sunday.

“I really enjoyed that locker room after the game,” Jacksonville head coach Urban Meyer said of the emotion and celebration in the moments after the victory. “I think I enjoyed that more than the actual game.”

As time was expiring in the game, Matthew Wright’s 53-yard field goal gave the Jaguars the victory. The field goal was set up by a play on fourth-and-eight. The Jaguars pretended they would throw a Hail Mary pass but instead quarterback Trevor Lawrence threw a nine-yard pass to Laviska Shenault.

Wright had failed to make a single field goal in the first five weeks of the season. However, he is showing signs of improvement as he completed all three of his attempts on Sunday.

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    Matthew Wright is an American football placekicker for the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League . Wright grew up in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, a highly-recruited 3 sport star.

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