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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: 15.2 million unique viewers for London game

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The first-ever live-streamed NFL game garnered 15.2 million unique viewers from around the world, and more team news for your Tuesday.

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NFL: 15.2 million unique viewers for Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Buffalo Bills in London - ESPN.com
The NFL says more than 460 million total minutes of video were consumed for Sunday's game between the Bills and Jaguars. The league experimented with distributing coverage primarily through streaming for the first time for the matchup from London through a partnership with Yahoo. More than 15.2 million unique viewers watched for any length of time, the NFL said Monday. Approximately a third of the audience was international.

Gameday takeaways: A lot of work to do - Jaguars.com
Senior writer John Oehser’s five takeaways from the Jaguars’ 34-31 victory over the Buffalo Bills at Wembley Stadium in London, England on Sunday.

Ranking each of Toby Gerhart's four goal-line gaffes by TOUGHNESS - BigCatCountry.com
My first ever Big Cat Country article came a few days after Greg Olson was hired to replace Jedd Fisch as Jaguars offensive coordinator. I wrote mainly about how Olson adjusts his scheme to fit his players -- not the other way around. Olson has always isolated his talent for individual purposes, utilizing players' strengths to benefit a team without trying to tap into compensations that don't actually exist.