Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills traveled to London to face a talented Jacksonville Jaguars team that's been on a role in London, coming off a win in London against the Atlanta Falcons a week prior. The Jaguars' defense is underrated, as they are second in the league in turnovers, including being first in the league in fumble recoveries.
The first quarter and a half included a lot of short offensive series for the Bills. The Jaguars would go downfield and score on their second possession of the game, resulting in a touchdown pass from Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence to former Bills wide receiver Zay Jones.
The Jaguars would then convert on a two-point conversion after an Ed Oliver penalty to lead the game 8-0. Later in the first quarter, the Jaguars would drive downfield and get a field goal to go up 11-0.
The Bills on the other hand were not even able to gain a first down until the second quarter. Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey tried to get the run game going in all of these drives but failed to do so. The Bills' first scoring drive would occur near the end of the first half, where the offense relied more on the passing game.
Allen would lead an 86-yard touchdown drive thanks to multiple passes downfield, including a 19-yard pass to Deonte Harty and a 15-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs in the corner of the endzone, closing the half with an 11-7 score.