Jaguars Aim for Historic Win Against Bills in International NFL Clash

08.10.2023 posted by Admin

Jaguars Chase NFL History vs. Bills in International Showdown

The Jacksonville Jaguars are gearing up for an exciting matchup against the Buffalo Bills this coming Sunday, with a chance to make history. If they manage to secure a victory against Buffalo, it will mark a groundbreaking achievement as the first NFL team to win consecutive international games.

After their impressive 23-7 triumph over the Falcons last Sunday in London, the Jacksonville squad decided to stay put in the British capital. Their victory was fueled by a stellar defensive performance that saw them sack Desmond Ridder four times, with linebacker Josh Allen contributing three of those sacks. Additionally, they intercepted Ridder three times. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence displayed efficiency, completing 23 of his 30 passes, including a remarkable 30-yard touchdown pass to Calvin Ridley. This victory helped the Jaguars level their season record at 2-2.

Interestingly, the Jaguars have played in international games a whopping 11 times, a record unmatched by any other NFL team. Buffalo, on the other hand, has participated in six games in Toronto and suffered a previous loss to Jacksonville in London back in 2015. Their overall international record stands at six losses, including a memorable 34-31 defeat against the Jaguars eight years ago.

Buffalo is entering Sunday's showdown on a high note, having secured three consecutive wins, including a dominant 48-20 victory over Miami in their previous outing. Sean McDermott's team is benefiting from stellar performances by Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs, who have connected an impressive 31 times for 399 yards and four touchdowns. The Bills' defense is also making its mark, ranking second in scoring defense and boasting three players with at least three sacks. Remarkably, their defense leads the NFL with eight interceptions in just four weeks of play.

For those eager to catch all the action in real-time, here's how you can stay updated:

How to watch:
  • Date and Time: Sunday, Oct. 8 | 9:30 a.m. ET
  • Venue: Wembley Stadium (London)
  • TV Broadcast: NFL Network
  • Live Stream: fubo
  • Stay Informed: CBS Sports App
  • Betting Odds: Bills -5.5; Over/Under 48.5 (provided by Caesars Sportsbook)

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