The sign in the sky said it all.
Fans arriving at the Jaguars' game against the New England Patriots Sunday were greeted by an airplane towing a sign with the slogan that's become a rallying cry across Northeast Florida: "Myles Jack wasn't down."
The plane appeared more than an hour before the scheduled 4:25 p.m. kickoff.
For those not familiar with the reason for the words in the sky, Jaguars linebacker Jack was - incorrectly - whistled down by officials on a fumble return that likely would have gone for a touchdown in January's AFC Championship against the Patriots, and New England went on to a comeback victory that ended the Jags' hopes of a first-ever Super Bowl trip.
Fans associated with the website GenJag.com launched a GoFundMe page to raise money for the banner.
As of Sunday afternoon, the campaign had raised some $1,865, evidently enough to bring the MJWD banner to the skies over the First Coast.
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