Jacksonville and London NFL futures continue to be linked

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London may see plenty of young Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles over the next few years (Picture: Getty Images)

The NFL is done in London for another season. The last of the trio of games ended with the Dallas Cowboys, as expected, defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars 31-17 in a game that saw the Cowboys pull away early and never come close to relinquishing the lead.

Big-names from the ‘other’ football were present, notably Jose Mourinho, David Beckham and Sergio Aguero, on a chilly night as the NFL signed-off, but very much with the intention to return. The week leading up to the game saw three more games confirmed for the 2015 season, including the first ever divisional game, back to back weeks and three returning teams from 2014.

One of the returning teams of course will be the Jaguars, the de facto home team for London given their commitment…

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