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Jags score on a 62-yard touchdown after allowing 55 straight points by opponents

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: September 14th, 2014 at 2:36 pm EST

The Jacksonville Jaguars are finally on the board again. The Jags, who scored the first 17 points against the Philadelphia Eagles, didn’t show up in the second last week.

Then, this week, the team struggled to get anything going once Kirk Cousins replaced Robert Griffin III. With 1:40 left in the second quarter, the Jags erased their struggles with a 62-yard touchdown from Chad Henne to Marcedes Lewis.

Marcedes Lewis (Getty Images)

Marcedes Lewis (Getty Images)

The team had 1-yard of offense before the long touchdown. Now, the Jaguars trail the Redskins 21-7 with the Skins driving.

Before the touchdown, the Jaguars allowed 55 unanswered points. They allowed 34 second half points to the Eagles, before the Skins added 21 in the first half.

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