JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars call it “Slider,” a somewhat fitting name for the play that helped end the NFL’s longest skid in more than four decades. Coach Urban Meyer and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell switched to the quick-hitting route after Miami called a timeout with 5 seconds remaining in a tie game Sunday in London. The Jaguars had planned to have Trevor Lawrence throw a “Hail Mary” into the end zone on fourth-and-8 from the Miami 44 and hope for the best. But
Aaron Rodgers and Lamar Jackson were both winners this weekend. The Detroit Lions were once again losers.