The Giants and Jaguars faced off for the sixth time. Jacksonville's original head coach, Tom Coughlin, returned to Duval on the visiting sidelines, as he now leads Giants. It was fitting that he was here on Jaguars Alumni Day. Former Jaguars players were honored at halftime, while the current players mounted a historic comeback. All of this gave folks plenty to talk about socially.
Not only was it the Jaguars' first game at EverBank Field in 35 days, but it was also the team's 21st anniversary.
After a slow start in the first half, the Jaguars struck first in the second half with a defensive touchdown.
Jacksonville had a lead in the fourth quarter and the fans smelled a win.
Even the Giants reporters noted the size of the video boards at EverBank Field.
Jaguars Gameday sideline reporter Kavita Channe tweeted this behind-the-scenes photo.
It was a great day for some football.
Former Jaguars players were back in town for the team's alumni game.
It was a great turnout.
The Jaguars offense capitalized on a long drive with a Blake Bortles to Marqise Lee touchdown.
The Jaguars defense kept the momentum going with a fumble return touchdown.
The Jaguars came back from 21 points down to win. That's the largest come-from-behind win in team history.
Andre Branch was returning to action after missing several weeks with a groin injury.
Allen Robinson is out for the season, but he was still showing support for his teammates.
The players were excited to have their hard work realized with a win.
Family members of players were also rejoicing after the win.
#JagsGamedayLIVE Social Post of the Game
Each home game, fans can have their social posts appear on the world's largest video boards by using #JagsGamedayLive. The best post will be crowned in the Social Snapshot. The rules can be found here. This week's winner is rawrnicnac. The suit in this photo is terrific.
The Jaguars will host the Houston Texans on Sunday. Fans are encouraged to use @Jaguars, #Jaguars and #HOUvsJAX in all social posts.
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