Jaguars looking for another big game from 'Mr. London' Allen Hurns vs. Ravens

It has to be among the best in the NFL, too.The fourth-year receiver has made the play of the day in each of his last two games at iconic Wembley Stadium.There was the diving, 31-yard touchdown catch that beat Buffalo 34-31 in 2015 and then a 42-yard catch-and-run that turned out to be the difference in a 30-27 victory against Indianapolis last year.His efforts even earned him the nickname "Mr. "No matter what happens throughout with the organization, if it's the fans or people in house, whatever it is, I never lost that motivation or that confidence in myself."At the end of the end of the day, it is kind of crazy just hearing the talk because you don't know. Once Robinson tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, Hurns was back in the starting lineup.More Jacksonville Jaguars newsNow, he's headed across the pond in hopes of another memorable moment at Wembley."He tends to come up with big plays in London," quarterback Blake Bortles said. His 1,031-yard, 10-touchdown campaign in 2015 earned him a four-year, $40.6 million contract extension that included $16 million guaranteed.All of Hurns' guaranteed money will be paid by the end of this year, so staying in Jacksonville is probably contingent on staying healthy -- he missed five games in 2016 -- and having another solid season.There are few better places for Hurns to state his case than London.His diving reception against the Bills was as artful as it was athletic. Hurns came across the field, totally stretched out and managed to maintain control of the ball and get an elbow down before sliding out of bounds at the goal line.Hurns said it remains the best catch of his career.Bortles called it his favorite, too.The one against the Colts wasn't too shabby, either.

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