LONDON, England — The Jacksonville Jaguars won its first game in London Sunday after losing across the pond in each of the last two seasons at Wembley Stadium.
The Jaguars (2-5) defeated the Buffalo Bills (3-4) 34-31 in a nail-biter that saw the Jags go up 27-3 in the first half. A fumble, an interception and an interception returned for a touchdown in less than three minutes gave the Jags the large lead early in the game. The Jags then gave up 28 unanswered points before a 10-yard touchdown pass from Blake Bortles to Allen Hurns gave the Jags a 34-31 lead late in the 4th quarter.
The Jags defense was able to hold off the Bills potent second half offense and sealed the victory when Aaron Colvin knocked down an E.J. Manuel pass on 4th and 1 with less than one minute remaining in the game.
View the Jags trip to London through the eyes of the Action Sports Jax team below.