Jordan Todman of the Jaguars Went With the "Shhhh" to Silence the Seattle Crowd After a Touchdown, Down by 21


Jordan Todman scored his first career touchdown against Seattle. In his third year, he has 11 rush attempts for 22 yards. Obviously, he’s had time to think about what he wanted to do when he reached the end zone.

Todman opted to go with the crowd silencing shush finger. Keep in mind that this came in a game where Todman’s score cut it to 38-17 in Seattle’s favor, and where the Seahawks pulled Russell Wilson out of the game in the third quarter after he had thrown four touchdown passes.

Obviously, he showed the 12th man. To be fair, Jacksonville has now made the back door cover of the 19.5 point line a possibility. It’s all about moral victories for the Jaguars, and almost covering the spread is definitely shush worthy.

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