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Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Dallas Cowboys: Week 6 regular season live blog

Follow along all afternoon for coverage and our live commentary before and during the game as the Jaguars take on the Dallas Cowboys for Week 6 of the 2018 season. Feel free to leave commentary, and stay with us following the game for post-game recaps.

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The 3-2 Jacksonville Jaguars and 2-3 Dallas Cowboys square off deep in the heart of Texas this afternoon, as Blake Bortles and the offense look to bounce back from a disasterous performance last week in Kansas City.

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Live blog:

7:17 PM: That’s the game everyone, 40-7 Cowboys. Thanks for joining.

7:02 PM: The Jaguars are impotent on offense once again, Dallas takes over and drives enough for another Maher field goal. 40-7 and counting.

6:46 PM: Zeke scores, so that’s nice for you fantasy owners. 37-7 Cowboys, I guess.

6:39 PM: Keelan Cole fumbles after receiving a pass from Bortles, recovered by the Cowboys and I’m afraid the third quarter isn’t finished yet.

6:35 PM: 30-7 Cowboys after a Maher field goal. Unfortunately, Bortles is coming back onto the field.

6:32 PM: Bortles throws into triple-coverage on the next offensive play for the Jaguars, and is intercepted with the ball returned to the Jags 8 yard line. This will be it.

6:29 PM: The Cowboys answer back with a drive of their own and avoid what was almost a Jalen Ramsey pick in the end zone, Maher kicks a field goal to make it back to a 20 point lead. 27-7 Cowboys.

6:19 PM: **GARBAGE TIME TOUCHDOWN**! Blake hits Westbrook on a nice deep crossing route for a 34 yard score. 24-7 Cowboys, and at least a shut out is avoided.

6:06 PM: I’ll let you guess if the Jaguars actually moved the ball.

6:00 PM: The second half opens with the Jags defense on the field and by some act of God today, forcing a three and out. Jags will take over, down 24-0, for their opening drive of the half.

5:41 PM: The Cowboys score another touchdown from Prescott to Beasley as Barry Church tries to wheel the chair he appears to be playing in over to the zone Beasley just ran and planted in. The Jaguars defense is imploding, full stop. 24-0 Cowboys, mercifully we reach half time. This appears to be the end of the “Sacksonville Era”.

5:21 PM: Blake Bortles tries to Blake Bortles the ball to Dede Westbrook on a 3rd &4, and Westbrook drops it. Jags punt it back, and the boat race drags on.

5:13 PM: Dallas drives down the Jags’ throats, and finishes the drive with a Cole Beasley 23 yard touchdown pass from Prescott. The defense is unwinding before our eyes, and it appears the wheels are falling off the wagon that is the Jaguars 2018 season. 17-0 Cowboys.

5:02 PM: The Jags drive is stopped thanks to a blown assignment from left guard Andrew Norwell, who gives up his third or fourth sack of the year. I don’t know the count exactly but you paid him like $10 million per sack allowed thus far and it’s week 6.

4:58 PM: End of the first quarter. The Jaguars are sort of driving now as Blake Bortles finally completed a professional football forward pass to Keelan Cole who ran for 20 yards and the conversion on 3rd down.

4:55 PM: Adding injury to insult...

4:52 PM: Dallas takes a short field, has a touchdown pass called back after review, but ends up putting it in for six as Dak Prescott walks in untouched around the left end and past Telvin Smith. The Cowboys now lead 10-0 with 3:40 left in the first quarter and the Jaguars look like a heaping pile of crap covered in puke.

4:43 PM: The offense for the Jags goes three and out again, and Niles Paul leaves with a knee injury. TJ Yeldon is averaging 4.5 yards per carry and we only hand off once on the drive. This is heading south quickly already.

4:28 PM: The Jaguars open up the game with the ball, and quickly go three and out, and the Cowboys offense uses a long completion from Prescott to a Cowboys receiver over AJ Bouye in coverage, to set up position that results in an opening field goal for Dallas. Calais Campbell does record his fourth sack of the season on the Dallas drive. 3-0 Cowboys.

4:16 PM: Welcome to the late afternoon edition of the game day blog! Game day inactives are out and thankfully no Jalen Ramsey appears on the list, as well as no unexpected last minute downgrades. I fully expect a true “Good Blake” game today, and they’ll need it to instill some confidence back in this fan base. Feel free to comment below and follow along with us.