Jaguars score first touchdown of the season in Jacksonville

Thanks to Chad Henne, the Jaguars have now scored a touchdown in Jacksonville. (USATSI)
Thanks to Chad Henne, the Jaguars have now scored a touchdown in Jacksonville. (USATSI)

Don't worry, you're not crazy, you read that headline correctly. The Jaguars scored their first touchdown of the season in Jacksonville on Sunday -- and yes, it's Week 11. 

The historic score came on fourth down when Jacksonville quarterback Chad Henne hit wide receiver Danny Noble for 62-yards and the touchdown. That's right, 62-yards means the Jaguars went for it from their own 38-yard line on fourth-and-1. 

Before Sunday, the Jaguars had played three games in Jacksonville and came away with one safety and three field goals, but not touchdowns. The Jaguars did technically score a 'home' touchdown in Week 8, but that touchdown was scored in London, not Jacksonville. Before Sunday, the Jaguars had not scored a touchdown in Jacksonville since Dec. 23, 2012. 

A Jaguars player got into the end zone in Jacksonville. (Fox)
A Jaguars player got into the end zone in Jacksonville. (Fox)

(Wink of the CBS Eye to BuzzFeed Sports)

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