'Watch this!' Jamal Agnew returns 68-yard field goal attempt for NFL record 109-yard touchdown

Dan Rorabaugh
Florida Times-Union

With Gus Johnson on the call for Fox Sports, you knew something crazy was going to happen today in Jacksonville. Jamal Agnew delivered.

The Jaguars had just tied the game near the end of the first half against the Arizona Cardinals. Trevor Lawrence threw a beautiful pass to D.J. Chark for a touchdown with about 30 seconds to go.

After the kickoff, Kyler Murray led a drive to get the Cardinals to midfield with 10 seconds left. Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury sent out Matt Prater to try what would be an NFL record 68-yard field goal. The kick was short, and Agnew fielded the kick and ran the length of the field to give the Jaguars a stunning lead at halftime.

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The return went for 109 yards, the longest play possible in the NFL.

Agnew also returned a kickoff for a 102-yard touchdown last week against the Denver Broncos.

Josh Lambo missed the extra-point try, however, and the Jags had to settle for a 13-7 lead over the highly favored Cardinals.