Coming into week three's Game of the Week, Goddard had only allowed 22 points in two weeks combined.
But they couldn't contain Andover Centrals offense.
The second ranked Lions allowed the Jaguars to score the most points against them than any other team all season.
"Well our defensive coach did a great job, they had a pretty good game plan," said Andover Central's head coach Derek Tuttle. "We've done a lot of things in practice as far as how we approached their passing game."
"And so we're just pleased with how the kids played. They played hard. We don't want to take Goddard lightly, they're a very good football team, we just happened to make a few big plays tonight," said Tuttle.
"And you know their second half was a lot closer ball game than the score indicated. We got a lot of things to fix," said Tuttle. "A lot of them came in the form of yellow hankies tonight that a lot of it's on us. We got to get better at that."
On the other side of the ball, Goddard's offense came into week three with over 600 receiving yards and 10 passing TDs in only 2 games.
The Lions saw the endzone three times versus Andover Central.
The Jaguars scored five touchdowns and one field goal to beat Goddard 38-21.
The 3-0 Jaguars take on the 1-2 Valley Center Hornets for a week four matchup while the Lions lose their first game of the season now sitting 2-1. Goddard is back home in week four to face-off with Goddard-Eisenhower.