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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: 5 things to watch in Jaguars vs. Ravens game

NFL: International Series-London Views Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

5 things to watch in Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Baltimore Ravens game -
The NFL returns to London on Sunday when the Jacksonville Jaguars make their fifth trip overseas to meet the Baltimore Ravens at Wembley Stadium. We're as excited for an incredibly early kickoff as you are. We're also here to break down what to watch for as you sip coffee and wipe the sleep from your eyes. Wake up! Football is on!

5 questions with Baltimore Beatdown: “I don’t think Blake Bortles stands a chance in this game” -
The Jacksonville Jaguars will be “hosting” the Baltimore Ravens in London for a Week 3 matchup that kicks off at 9:30am EST — and to get us ready for the game we sat down with Kyle Barber over at Baltimore Beatdown.

Know thy enemy.

NFL pushing hard for franchise in London, may encounter resistance -
Ten years after the NFL first came to London the league remains hopeful of putting a team in the city. Perhaps as soon as in four years. “I said this was a 15-year project when we started in 2007, that was the sort of timeframe that seemed to work,” Mark Waller, the NFL’s executive vice-president of international and events, said. “The next four or five years should be very doable.”

A lot has to happen for the league to place a full-time franchise in the UK. Most importantly, the owner must want to move his team to London and the other owners would need to agree that such a move is a good idea. But there is a definite sense the NFL is pushing harder on its experiment to test whether American football can work in London.