The Longest Touchdown Passes Given Up By The Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jaguars came into the National Football League as an expansion team in 1995. Since then they have shown in relatively short order that they have what it takes to join the list of better teams in the league.

The Jaguars have always prided themselves on having a better than average to great defense. This includes a strong upfront defense against the run, as well as being good against the pass. Long touchdowns happen to everyone though, so who have thrown the longest touchdown passes against the Jacksonville Jaguars?

Here are the top five longest touchdown passes thrown against Jacksonville, through the end of the 2009 NFL season.

#1 – Buffalo Bills
Ryan Fitzpatrick hooked up with Terrell Owens for 98 yards and a touchdown in an 18-15 Jacksonville win over Buffalo in 2009.

#2 – St. Louis Rams
The Rams defeated the Jaguars 24-21 in a 2005 game in which quarterback Jamie Martin threw a 83 yard touchdown pass to Kevin Curtis.

#3 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
In 1998, their fourth season in the NFL, the Jaguars gave up a 79 yard touchdown pass from Trent Dilfer to Reidel Anthony in the fourth quarter of a 29-24 victory over Tampa Bay.

#4 – Washington Redskins
Brad Johnson connected for 77 yards and a touchdown to Albert Connell in the third quarter of a 35-16 Redskins win over the Jaguars in 2000.

#5 – Indianapolis Colts
In a 2000 victory by the Colts over the Jaguars, Peyton Manning hooked up with Marvin Harrison on a 76 yard score.

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