Jacksonville Jaguars placekicker Josh Scobee earned the AFC's Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance in a 27-24 win at Indianapolis.
Scobee was a perfect four-for-four in field goal attempts, including a team-record 53-yard game-winner with 38 seconds left in regulation to help the Jaguars (5-2) upend the Colts (4-2) in Indianapolis. The win lifts Jacksonville to first-place in the AFC South, marking the first time that the Jaguars have resided atop their division beyond Week 7 since 1999. Scobee, selected in the fifth round from Louisiana Tech, was good from 26, 32, 26, and 53 yards. He is the first Jaguars kicker to earn a Player of the Week honor since Mike Hollis in 1997 (Week 14).