"The Monsoon Bowl" | NFL Classic Game Highlights


On September 25th, 2011, the Jaguars and Panthers participated in one of the craziest weather games in NFL history. There were no delays in this game because rain was the only problem. Rain poured down for most of the game, starting in the second quarter and eventually flooding the field and stands. Enjoy the highlights from this game.

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  1. If you want to see a game played in some real rain. See KC Chiefs vs Seattle Seahawks 1998 week 5 the video is on Youtube, about 43;00 minutes in it's pouring down, at about 46:30, yes, those are waves on the field.
    I can't recall if this was the game, it may have been another, that some people in the parking lot at Arrowhead had to be rescued by boat.

  2. Context for 13:59

    Jacksonville got the ball back at their 20 with 1 minute, 2 seconds left on the clock as Carolina's special teams failed to down the ball at the Jaguars' 5 due to the conditions.

    Their first play wasted 19 seconds for 11 yards. More specifically, it was a 4 second play that stayed inbounds with 15 seconds for the offense to regroup.

    Their second play with 43 seconds left was a deep pass that was incomplete, but Defensive Pass Interference was called. It was a 24 yard penalty and the clock was stopped with 38 seconds left.

    Their third play was what killed them in a way. Another inbounds pass for 9 yards that took 5 seconds. However, it looked like it might have hit the ground. Regardless, the Jaguars don't get up field quick enough. With the ball spotted with 23 seconds left, they take 7 before trying to snap it when the officials stop the game.

    The Official Review occurs with 16 seconds left. The review confirms the catch within 1 minute and 30 seconds. Somehow, the Jaguars forget that the clock was a running clock.

    And now we come to 13:59 as the Jaguars' final play. They mistakenly allow the clock to tick from 16 seconds left to 5 seconds left before snapping the ball.

  3. I love how these asshole commentators get shown up. “This will be the final play of the first half.” MJD runs for 40 yards and Jags score a touchdown the next play.

  4. There was only a 20% chance of rain, but when the rain showed up, it made it count.

    Despite the weather, Blaine Gabbert performed only slightly worse than his normal "stinks on ice."


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