The Jacksonville Jaguars haven't won much this season, but they scored bonus points in the "classy column" Sunday.
In the final home game of center Brad Meester's 14-year NFL career, coach Gus Bradley and offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch set up a play for the 36-year-old to play tight end and catch his first NFL pass.
Meester will retire after the season. He's been a career Jaguar, worked under every coach in franchise history and started in 208 games since 2000.
"This was going to be his last home game, so I thought it would be fun to get him a touchdown," Fisch said. "I would've loved to see him get in. I'm glad he got 9 yards. It was pretty cool. I know he was happy about it and we were happy about it. I'm glad it at least was successful."
It was a great moment for Meester, his family and the Jaguars' organization. Kudos.