The Jaguars 2018 campaign left quite a bit to be desired. The Super Bowl hopefuls saw their season whither away after an impressive 3-1 start including a blow out win over the Patriots.
The disappointing season led to a lack of Jaguars being named to the Pro Bowl and reasonably so. But that, nor the fact that it was a cold, rainy day in central Florida on Sunday, slowed down the Jaguars that did make it to the NFL's annual All-Star game.
Jalen Ramsey and Calais Campbell were the only two Jags that made the Pro Bowl this year. Ramsey was voted in on the first go round, while Campbell made it in thanks to a post-season JJ Watt knee procedure. Even though Campbell didn't originally get in, there's little question that the 32 year old defensive end deserved to be there. His 10.5 sacks and 22 tackles for loss as evidence.
Both Jaguars that were featured had memorable performances. In what was an easy victory for the AFC, Jalen Ramsey scored the final touchdown. The Jaguars star cornerback has found the end zone in his career, but never quite like this:
That's right. Jalen Ramsey was lined up at wide receiver on the outside and easily beat his man for a score! When Ramsey says "First NFL Touchdown" we'll assume he means on the offensive side of the ball...
Ramsey also added two tackles and a pass break up.
Campbell, too, had his fair share of fun on the day. He was able to bear hug Russell Wilson to the ground, earning a Pro Bowl sack.
This was a light hearted way for two of the Jaguars brightest stars to end their 2018 season. With this meaningless, albeit fun, exhibition now in the books, it's time for the Jaguars two best defensive players to turn their eyes to 2019.
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