That game-turning play, however, will turn out to be just a footnote. Jacksonville answered by driving 68 yards in four plays to answer the touchdown with one of its own.
The penalty-plagued Packers did more than their share to help the Jaguars respond. A second-and-2 offsides penalty by Aaron Kampman gave the Jaguars an easy first down. On the next play, a Leftwich-to-Kyle Brady pass fell incomplete but Packers linebacker Hannibal Navies grabbed, bumped and jostled with Brady for the last five yards, drawing a pass-interference penalty. The 28-yard gain — a roughing-the-passer penalty on Kampman was declined — gave the Jaguars a first down at the Packers' 27.
On third-and-4 from the 21, Packers cornerback Al Harris was called for a ticky-tack defensive-holding call. Instead of fourth down, the Jaguars were given new life, and Leftwich made the Packers pay by hitting Jimmy Smith for a 16-yard touchdown.