Turnovers on defense, a touchdown for Marqise Lee, but the same result for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Despite holding the lead to start the 4th quarter, the Jags suffer another loss, 26-19 against the Detroit Lions, dropping their record to 2-8.
For the first time in six games, Jacksonville forced a turnover with Ben Koyack recovering a muffed punt on special teams and Telvin Smith both forcing and picking up a fumble on defense but it wasn't enough as the Jags fall for the fifth straight game.
Detroit's Eric Ebron scored the go-ahead touchdown with 10:03 to play in the game and the Jaguars couldn't recover from there. The Lions other touchdowns came from a 55 yard punt return in the 2nd quarter and 39 yard interception returned for a touchdown in the 3rd quarter, the 10th pick six of Blake Bortles career.
The Jaguars head to Buffalo next week to face the Bills.
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