Falcons Vs. Jaguars Final Score: Late Touchdown Gives Jacksonville The Win, 15-13

Luke McCown found Armon Binns for 12 yards and a touchdown late in the fourth quarter as the Jacksonville Jaguars came back to down the Atlanta Falcons, 15-13. McCown airmailed his fullback on the two-point conversion, leading to the two-point margin of victory. The Falcons took a 13-3 lead in the third quarter before the Jaguars came storming back, scoring the final 12 points of the game to pick-up the win.

Matt Ryan and Chris Redman split the quarterback duties for the Falcons, with Ryan throwing for 116 yards and a touchdown, and Redman finishing with 76 yards yards and no touchdowns. Jacquizz Rodgers led the Falcons on the ground, carrying the ball seven times for 39 yards. Harry Douglas caught two passes for 87 yards, including a 76-yard touchdown catch and run.

David Garrard finished with 99 yards and an interception, but Blaine Gabbert was the man Jacksonville fans had been waiting to see. Gabbert completed 11 of 23 passes for 96 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions. With Maurice Jones-Drew still out of action, DuJuan Harris led the Jaguars running backs with six carries for 32 yards. Cecil Shorts caught five passes for 52 yards.

Check out The Falcoholic and Big Cat Country for more on this game.

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