It’s good to know there are things in life we can depend on. The sun will rise in the east, Alabama will make the College Football Playoff, “The Big Bang Theory” will be unfunny and Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles will give out pick-sixes like he’s making a holiday donation to the Salvation Army.
At this point the Jaguars probably plan on Bortles spotting the other team six points with a terrible interception returned for a touchdown. He threw his 11th career pick-six Sunday, and that was a huge difference in a 20-10 loss to the Denver Broncos.
Amazingly, Bortles now has more pick-sixes in his career (11) than victories (10).
In the third quarter Bortles threw a terrible pass under pressure over the middle that was picked off by Bradley Roby and returned 51 yards for a touchdown. That turned a 10-3 Broncos lead into a 17-3 advantage. It was Bortles’ third pick-six in four games. His 11 pick-sixes leads the NFL since the beginning of the 2014 season.
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