LONDON -- It's not the type of performance that will cause many British NFL fans to get behind the Jaguars.
In the first year of a four-year commitment to play one game per season at Wembley Stadium, the Jaguars lose to the 49ers by a score of 42-10.
San Francisco jumped out to a 28-0 lead before the Jaguars got on the scoreboard with a 38 yard field goal by Josh Scobee just before halftime.
In the third quarter, Chad Henne connected with Mike Brown for a 29 yard touchdown. That cut the 49ers lead to 28-10, but that's as close as the Jaguars would get.
After Frank Gore's second touchdown run of the day made it 35-10, Marcedes Lewis fumbled after making his first reception of the day. San Francisco linebacker Dan Skuta picked up the loose ball and returned it 49 yards for a touchdown.
With today's loss, the Jaguars are now (0-8). They will return to Jacksonville on Monday and will have a bye next weekend. Their next game will be November 10th at Tennessee.
Earlier this week, it was announced that the Jaguars will host the Dallas Cowboys in next year's home game played in London.
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