Florida Woman Intentionally Crashed Car Into Jacksonville Jaguars Practice Facility The Day After They Failed To Make The Playoffs

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Jacksonville Jaguars

It was that kind of year for the Jacksonville Jaguars, am I right?

Trevor Lawrence and the rest of the Jaguars team looked destined to make the playoffs earlier on in the season, and they were even challenging for the AFC’s number one seed when they sat at 8 wins and 3 losses.

Then, the Jags decided to have a historic collapse, losing 5 of their last 6 games and missing the playoffs entirely after their final loss to a Tennessee Titans team that just fired their head coach.

And to make matters worse, a day after the loss to close the Jaguars season, a frustrated Florida woman busted through the security gate outside of the Jacksonville practice facility and then drove her car into the doors of the Miller Electric Center.

That woman is now facing a lot of charges, including criminal mischief, driving under the influence, aggravated assault, resisting arrest, and five counts of DUI property damage.

News4JAX reached out to the Jaguars for a statement on the incident, and they responded with this:

“The Miller Electric Center was damaged last night in what we understand to be an isolated incident and, thankfully, none of our staff or security were in that portion of the building.

We are currently gathering information. We are mindful that there is an ongoing investigation and will have no further comment.”

And the sports anchor for News4Jax put out this post, arguing that it had nothing to do with football, but I don’t know if anyone is really buying it considering the timing of the incident:


Most people were skeptical of the reports that it wasn’t “related to football,” and shared their thoughts about the whole situation in the reply section below the post:

Can confirm that Florida people are, in fact, wild. There have been way too many “Florida Man” and “Florida Woman” stories to say otherwise.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock