Myles Jack keeps his feet in on smooth interception (Video)
Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Myles Jack made a play befitting a wide receiver in the first quarter of Sunday’s AFC divisional game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was trying to find tight end Vance McDonald, who had Jack on him in coverage. The second-year linebacker was able to get around the receiver, bobble the football, gain control, and get both his feet in bounds — with the receiver-like awareness to deftly avoid the sideline until he had possession.
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The play gave the Jaguars the ball inside the Pittsburgh 20, setting up an immediate Leonard Fournette touchdown to put the visitors up by two scores early.