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Random guy in No. 69 Jaguars jersey runs on field, daps players before kickoff vs. Dolphins in London

Travor Lawrence, Tua Tagavailoa, Jaguars

At least someone was extra excited for Sunday morning’s bottom-dwelling matchup in London between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Miami Dolphins.

As Jacksonville lined up for the opening kickoff at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, a fan wearing a Jaguars jersey suddenly made his way to midfield, getting into animated but not entirely antagonistic conversations with game officials. Maybe the refs, like pretty much all of social media, took some humor from the fan’s jersey number?

He was finally escorted off by stadium security personnel, under far more comfortable terms than he would’ve been in the U.S.

Perhaps the Jaguars were inspired by his fandom. They beat the Dolphins 23-20 on a game-winning field goal as time expired, breaking a 20-game losing streak and giving embattled coach Urban Meyer his first victory with Jacksonville.

Trevor Lawrence threw for 319 yards and a touchdown, completing 25-of-41 passes. James Robinson and Marvin Jones III played a big part in the Jaguars’ win, too, with rushing and receiving touchdowns. But the real hero for Jacksonville was kicker Matthew Wright, just activated from the practice squad for Sunday’s game. Not only did he nail the game-winning kick, but shortly before that tied the game with a 54-yarder—the longest of his football career,