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WATCH: Blake Bortles pulls off the slowest spin move in NFL history

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Blake Bortles is currently leading the Jacksonville Jaguars to victory in London.

At the time of writing, the third-year quarterback has worked the Jaguars to a 20-6 lead as the second half gets underway in England.

However, it wasn't the touchdown pass to Allen Robinson or QB keeper for the score that drew our attention. Instead, Bortles standout play came when he tried to attempt a spin move. It went just as well as you might expect. Scroll down to see it.

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With no one open downfield on a play-action 1st-and-10 pass, Bortles decided to keep it himself and show off his skills with the ball tucked under his arm. However, Blake Bortles is not Michael Vick. 

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Sorry Blake, but that might actually be the worst spin move we have ever seen. It was just so incredibly useless.

Bortles' defender does not move an inch and the quarterback took a completely unneccesary hit. In a world where teams want their franchise QB to stay as healthy as possible and avoid contact at a premium, Bortles was a bit silly. 

There were two redeeming factors. Bortles didn't fumble and he gave us that hilarious moment. 

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