Walsh also hit a 55-yarder as time expired to send the game to overtime.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson ran for two touchdowns Sunday in what appeared to be a Vikings comeback win, then appeared to be a Jaguars comeback, but was finalized a Vikings comeback win after all.
Gabbert was given what felt like a hopeless situation: A five-point deficit with 1:18 of clock and 76 yards to go for an offense that had only scored one touchdown.
Then Gabbert threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Cecil Shorts with 20 seconds left.
The big winner: Christian Ponder finished the game having completed 20 of his 27 pass attempts and finished with a 105.5 passer rating. But since this game ended in overtime and the Vikings won by a field goal, Blair Wash going perfect on his four field goal attempts could easily be the biggest winner here.
The marquee running back matchup between Maurice Jones-Drew and Adrian Peterson was the loser in this one. With both coming off difficult offseasons, Peterson's injury and Jones-Drew's contract holdout, neither back recorded 100 yards rushing in the season debut.