Falcons Vs. Jaguars Final Score: Jacksonville Wins Last Preseason Game, 24-14

Despite giving up a touchdown early, the Jaguars rallied past the Falcons on Thursday night in the final game of their preseason schedule, 24-14.

The game was tied at halftime, with the Falcons owning the first quarter with their touchdown just six minutes into the game. Jacksonville evened the score with Jalen Parmele 14-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.

Both teams scored seven in the third quarter, making the game even at 14 going into the fourth, Chad Henne had hit Kevin Elliot with a 77-yard touchdown toss. Just minutes later, Dominique Davis hit Kevin Cone for a 49-yard touchdown and the score was tied again.

Then, the Jaguars took over, scoring the only 10 points of the final quarter. Richard Murphy scored the final touchdown of the game.

Read more on the Falcons at The Falcholic and SB Nation Atlanta. Head over to Big Cat Country and SB Nation Tampa Bay for more on the Jags.

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