Reigning gold medalist David Boudia will have a chance to defend his title, however. The U.S. Olympian was outside the qualification zone going into Saturday's event, but delivered like Domino's. He scored an 88.20 back 2.5 pick with 2.5 twits – jumping into 10th place.
Defense can't replicate last week's success: On the Jaguars' second offensive possession, running back came out of the backfield and caught a 14-yard pass in the flat for a touchdown from Bortles to make it 7-0. Then Bortles led a 12-play drive that was capped off with a 24-yard touchdown pass right down the seam to . On the play, Hurns slipped right through and . Bortles went 8-for-11 passing for 85 yards and two touchdowns, finishing with a 134.5 passer rating and a 72 completion percentage.