Josh Scobee kicked a career-long 59-yard field goal as time expired and the host Jacksonville Jaguars stunned the Indianapolis Colts 31-28 on Sunday.
David Garrard set up the remarkable field goal with a 22-yard completion to Tiquan Underwood, who stepped out of bounds at the 41-yard line with 11 seconds left.
Garrard was nearly intercepted on the following play, but Kelvin Hayden dropped an easy pick. The Colts then attempted to ice Scobee, whose previous career long was 53 yards.
After the timeout, Scobee split the uprights with a perfect kick, sending the crowd into hysteria.
Peyton Manning had tied the game with a 1-yard touchdown pass to Austin Collie with 52 seconds left. Manning finished 33 of 46 for 352 yards with two touchdowns and one interception.
His favorite target was Reggie Wayne, who had 15 catches for 196 yards. The Colts (2-2) were doomed by two turnovers deep in Jacksonville territory.