Denver Broncos vs Jacksonville Jaguars in London, England – Live Updates

In-Game Updates

6:02 a.m. MT: The Broncos and the Jaguars release their inactive gamedays. For Denver, no real surprises. Devin Ozigbo has been promoted from the practice squad as veteran Marlon Mack will spend his first game in the inactive orange and blue as he gets to grips with the playbook.

7:46 a.m. Mountain Time: Russell Wilson had a rough start. His first two passes went straight to a defender, the second being an interception. Trevor Lawrence and the Jags converted that short field into a 22-yard touchdown pass to Evan Engram to take an early 7-0 lead.

8:04 a.m. MT: The the first trimester is coming to an end with the Jaguars up 7-0, but threatening inside the red zone. Denver’s defense committing costly turnovers to keep extending that drive.

8:30 a.m. MT: After giving up a field goal, Russell Wilson and the Broncos offense came to life. Wilson went 6-for-6 for 55 yards and a touchdown to cut the Jaguars lead to three points. The big play was a 25-yard pass to Jerry Jeudy just before getting the TD pass to him as well.

8:55 a.m. Mountain Time: Lloyd Cushenberry is doubtful to return to action with a hip injury. He fell on the Broncos’ last drive of the half.

8:57 a.m. Mountain Time: Denver had a chance to score again late in the first half, but Wilson took a bad sack in midfield to kill their chances to tie the game. Jaguars lead 10-7 at halftime.

9:26 a.m. Mountain Time: With the Broncos’ first possession in the third quarter, Russell Wilson led the Broncos for 98 yards for a big touchdown and a 14-10 lead. Rookie Greg Dulcich accounted for 78 of those yards with three huge catches on the drive.

Game preview

The Denver Broncos and Jacksonville Jaguars each have 2-5 records and four-game losing streaks. One of these two teams will be raising water from their sinking ships this season.

There have been legitimate rumors that if Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett fails to win the team this week, he will be fired. This rumor follows new owner Greg Penner offering less than optimistic comments on Hackett’s first seven games.

“I support Nathaniel and I really want to see him succeed,” Penner said Friday. “He is a head coach for the first time. There are a lot of new things to put in place. He and I talk every week and I love talking with him about the game. He’s incredibly passionate. But he knows we’re not performing at the level we expect, but we have high expectations for him in the second half.

This game could be for Hackett or maybe he could buy himself another week to get things straight. It sure looks like some kind of week-to-week affair now.

Kick-off is scheduled for 7:30 a.m. Mile High time on Sunday, October 30, 2022 at Wembley Stadium in London, UK. You can watch the live stream of the game via ESPN+.

My prediction

In partnership with DraftKings Sportsbook, I’m covering all my picks this year on TallySight. I can’t help but predict Broncos wins every week. At some point my losing streak will end and it will end the same week the Broncos losing streak ends. Let’s do it this week, huh!

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