Jan. 15, 2000
The 1999 season remained the best in Jacksonville history. The team lost only three games (all of which were to the Titans, including the AFC Championship Game) and strung together a 11-game winning streak, which remains a franchise record. The dominance of the team was demonstrated in the AFC Divisional Playoffs against Dan Marino and the Miami Dolphins. It would be the last game of Marino's career, as the Jaguars throttled the Dolphins 62-7 in Jacksonville. The Jags had four touchdowns go for 38 yards or more, including scoring runs of 90 and 39 yards from Fred Taylor. The Jaguars played backup quarterback Jay Fiedler in the second half, who threw for two long touchdowns in the third quarter. Fiedler would leave the Jaguars for Miami the next year to become Marino's successor.