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WATCH: Jacksonville Jaguars’ Trevor Lawrence sparks comeback with 3 touchdowns

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence has been on fire as of late, throwing nine touchdowns over his last four games. Sunday afternoon against the Dallas Cowboys would be no different with the second-year QB coming to life in the second half with a beautiful 59-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Zay Jones.

What’s been a very notable Cowboys’ defense throughout the season didn’t exactly seem ready for this one, which is pretty puzzling.

Any time you get Lawrence rolling out of the pocket, as seen below, it quickly becomes panic time.

There’s really no excuse to have your cornerback and safety help getting torched to such a severe degree. But that’s exactly what happened.

The touchdown marked Jones’ second trip to the end zone of the day and Jacksonville was not done doing damage to this Dallas defense just yet.

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Following a Dak Prescott interception, Lawrence and the Jaguars’ offense went right back to work. This time, the former No. 1 overall pick out of Clemson hit the other Jones — Marvin Jones Jr. — for another touchdown, making it three on the afternoon with plenty of time for action left.

The Jaguars seem to be relishing the role of spoiler lately. Last week it was a 36-22 drubbing of a very tough Tennessee Titans team that fell victim to a suddenly rolling Trevor Lawrence.

The shaky-looking Dallas Cowboys would be up next.

Trevor Lawrence and Zay Jones connected once again, the third time they’ve did so Sunday afternoon.

After Dallas retook the lead on a 75-yard touchdown drive, Lawrence then led Jacksonville to a game-tying field goal as the fourth quarter expired.

While it wasn’t Lawrence who did the damage in overtime, the Jags were able to come out on top via a pick-six of Prescott — sending fans in Duval into a frenzy in the process.

Talk about a career-defining win for Lawrence as his Jaguars look to shock with a playoff appearance.

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