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Jaguars news roundup: London aftermath

Bob Martin-USA TODAY Sports

What We Learned: 49ers 42, Jaguars 10
What We Learned from the Jacksonville Jaguars’ 42-10 loss to the San Francisco 49ers at Wembley Stadium in London, England Sunday . . . LONDON – Here’s what we learned from the Jaguars’ 42-10loss to the San Francisco 49ers at Wembley Stadium in London, England Sunday . . . 1. The Jaguars weren’t good Sunday (again) . . . Yes, this is a repeat from last week, because in some ways, the game waspretty close to a repeat of last week. The Jaguars fell behind early and lost to San Diego in convincing fashion a week ago, and did so again to the 49ers on Sunday. Too many of the same issues bit Sunday. Far too many. The bye week often is a good time for taking a breath and studying what came before. It’s definitely time for that.

Where are the Jaguars failing? Pretty much everywhere |
LONDON — A first half of the season seemingly spent on an airplane wrapped up for the Jaguars on Monday following a scheduled flight of 9 hours, 19 minutes from London to Jacksonville. After convening at EverBank Field on Tuesday, the team is expected to get the rest of the week off. The bye always comes at the right time according to coaches and that’s true for the Jaguars, who are 0-8 and have lost each game by at least 10 points.

Jaguars Notebook: Finally, a "home" touchdown |
Although played at Wembley Stadium, more than 4,000 miles from EverBank Field, the Jaguars’ 42-10 loss to San Francisco will be counted as a "home" contest in the record book. Breaking the streak was a 29-yard third-quarter touchdown pass from Chad Henne to Mike Brown. The Jaguars went 0-for-15 against Kansas City, 0-for-12 against Indianapolis and 0-for-8 against San Diego.

Jaguars after further review: Deception and red-zone woes vexing |
The 49ers opened up the "Deception" chapter of their playbook early. Following a 3-yard run by Frank Gore, two San Francisco offensive players ran onto the field and three ran toward the sideline. But fullback Bruce Miller pulled up before leaving the field. Colin Kaepernick quick-snapped and threw 12 yards downfield to Miller, who turned it into a 43-yard gain. "They went over to Dwayne Gratz’s side and one of the things we talked about — we have to look over to the sideline and see those things," coach Gus Bradley said.

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