The Jacksonville Jaguars have pulled back ahead of the Cincinnati Bengals on a 74-yard Blaine Gabbert touchdown pass to Jason Hill with 8:37 left in the fourth quarter.
Gabbert, who is easily putting together his best performance yet as a pro, is 12-25 for 192 yards and the touchdown with no interceptions. Maurice Jones-Drew has accounted for the other Jacksonville touchdown of the afternoon and has 85 yards on 19 carries.
The Jags and Bengals each opened the game with a touchdown on their opening drive, but didn't score again until the Jags kicked two field goals midway through the second quarter. The Bengals answered before halftime with a touchdown, but were unable to convert the extra point opportunity, leaving the score tied at 13 all going into the half.
After an uneventful third quarter, the Bengals struck first in the fourth on a Mike Nugent 47-yard field goal with 9:46 to play. But the Jags answered just a minute later with Gabbert's long touchdown strike.
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