After one former Yellow Jacket moved on to the divisional round of the playoffs earlier today, another one moved on tonight and did so in historic fashion.
Adam Gotsis and the Jacksonville Jaguars were down 27 and played poorly in the first half of the game, but pulled off one of the greatest comebacks in sports history tonight. Gotsis and the Jaguars will be moving on to the divisional round and could be facing the Kansas City Chiefs next week, depending on how the results of tomorrow’s games go.
Gotsis finished with one tackle in the game tonight, but has been a key cog in the defensive line all season.
Adam Gotsis helped the Jaguars make their first playoff appearance since the 2017 season. This season, Gotsis has tallied 19 tackles, two sacks, and two pass deflections.
Now that Gotsis is moving on, there are three former Yellow Jackets also in the NFL playoffs. Jordan Mason and the 49ers won earlier today against the Seattle Seahawks, Shaq Mason and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers face the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night, and Harrison Butker and the Chiefs had a bye week.
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