The Jacksonville Jaguars pulled out a come-from-behind 26-24 victory over the Denver Broncos, but it nearly went up in smoke thanks to a would-be costly penalty by Cam Robinson.

As the Jaguars drove into the red zone to set up a game-winning field goal, Robinson, an offensive tackle and former Alabama star, got into it with the Broncos players. It got to the point where Jaguars players intervened in an attempt to calm Robinson down, but he then shoved his own teammates. One of those was former LSU star Leonard Fournette.

Fournette had delivered the best game of his NFL career with 29 carries for 225 yards, including an 81-yard run that setup a touchdown.

Fournette and others were concerned that a Robinson 15-yard penalty would push the Jaguars’ field goal position back, which would make it difficult, especially in the swirling winds in Denver. However, Josh Lambo connected on a 33-yard field goal to win the game at the buzzer.

With two volatile personalities, this is definitely a situation to watch.