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Final Score: Dallas Cowboys 31 - 17 Jacksonville Jaguars

And that is it here at Wembley, the Dallas Cowboys win out 31-17 to end a two-game losing streak.

The fans here in the UK have been treated to some great action with Tony Romo bouncing back from injury and Dez Bryant scoring two incredible touchdowns.

Jaguars go for the onside kick but Jason Witten recovers for the Cowboys and they can now run out the clock pretty comfortably.

TOUCHDOWN Jaguars - Rookie Denard Robinson runs in his second score of the day and Jacksonville make the two point conversion too.

Just the 14-point gap with left then.

Two Minute Warning here at Wembley

Jaguars looking to restore some respectability to the scoreline when they get back in the field

Not bad for Romo after a week of injury talk. 

Cowboys get bottled up here late in the fourth quarter by the Jags' defense. Chance for Jacksonville to grab a TD before the clock runs out. Atmosphere still awesome here at Wembley despite the huge blowout. Plenty of drums and crazy animals. 

No luck for the Jaguars after a terrible throw by Blake Bortles gets intercepted by Cowboys' safety Bruce Carter. Cecil Shorts receives huge hit on the play, which is called for an illegal hit on a defenseless receiver. 

Following the punt, Jacksonville gets awarded a safety after Jones' punt is called back for offensive holding. 

Cowboys 31-9 Jaguars 7:55 left in fourth quarter. SAFETY!

Romo sacked and the Cowboys are forced to punt out of their own endzone. 

The Dallas rush gets to Blake Bortles and the Jacksonville offensive line on fourth down and goal. Really poor end to a promising drive. If it wasn't already over, it is now. 

Penalty gets revoked. Big third down to come for the Jags. 4/12 on third down. 

Decent drive by the Jaguars, but looking clueless in the redzone. Confusion on a bubble screen leads to an offensive pass interference call against the Jags. 

END OF THE 3RD QUARTER: Dallas Cowboys 31-7 Jacksonville Jaguars.

Ball back with the Cowboys after a huge sack on Blake Bortles. Murray has now left the game for Dallas after an impressive performance, with 99 rushing yards and 32 receiving yards. 

Hard to tell why he's gone off at the moment. Looks like the Cowboys' staff are assessing a possible injury for the premier running back. 

Allen Hurns goes down injured for the Jaguars on a second down play just inside their own half. Looks like a possible concussion and he is helped off the field. 

GAME ON: Jags take over the ball after a terrible field goal attempt by Dan Bailey falls short. Still a long shot, but Jacksonville trails by three scores, 24 points. They will start their drive with the ball on their own 48. 

It might be a great night for football here in London, but the Jacksonville Jaguars certainly didn't get the memo today. 

It has been an outstanding performance from Dallas so far, and with 5:04 left in the fourth quarter and the Cowboys leading by 24, it's pretty much game over if the Cowboys punch in another score after picking up the ball on the Jags' 29 after a huge fourth down stop. 

Just when the Cowboys rest DeMarco Murray for a second, Joseph Randle pulls off a huge touchdown.

40 yards for the score by Randle, and now the Cowboys lead 31-7 over the Jaguars. 

With 7:34 left in the fourth quarter, this could become a bit embarrassing for Jacksonville as they stare their ninth defeat of the season down. 

Jacksonville open the second half with a couple of nice first downs, but in the end, the Cowboys' defense steps up again. Bortles is struggling for time in the pocket, with Dallas putting plenty of pressure on up front. 

Half-time score: Dallas Cowboys 24-7 Jacksonville Jaguars. 

Jacksonville fail to score, but big Dez Bryant provides an awesome moment yet again for Dallas. The play had everything. Awesome throw by Romo, excellent catch and run by Dez, while an official fell over. Cowboys lead 24-7. Incredible 68-yard TD from Bryant!!

Jacksonville's defense steps up in a moment of need, with Evans forcing a fumble from Cowboys' wideout Beasley. Change of possession and chance for the Jags to reduce the deficit before the half. 

Two-minute warning: Dallas Cowboys 17-7 Jacksonville Jaguars. 1:58 left in 2nd, ball on the Jaguars 47. 

The Cowboys are good at causing turnovers thanks to defensive mastermind Rod Marinelli, and another big defensive turnover sees Denard Robinson fumble the ball for the Jags in a promising position. Terrible play for Jacksonville. 

On a side note, great to see Remembrance Day support from the NFL today. It means so much. 

All players have a poppy on their jerseys, it's for a great cause and a big deal here, look it up #NFLUK

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Massive stop by the Jaguars. Murray gets stopped short of the first down line after finding no room after the catch. 

Cowboys really starting to dominate. Blake Bortles had nowhere to go on that failed third down attempt. 

This next drive will be huge. If Dallas posts a TD, it could be curtains for the Jaguars. If there was a time that Jacksonville NEEDS its D to step up, NOW is the time. 

Bryant TD: Cowboys 17-7 Jaguars. 

Just when the game was starting to become a defensive battle, up steps Dez Bryant with an OUTSTANDING 35-yard touchdown, beating five Jags' players on the way to the endzone. Incredible play. 

Cowboys moaning about the weather. Nothing new...

Jaguars lose eight yards after a big sack on third down. The early offensive production of the first quarter has descended into defensive domination in the second quarter so far. 9:53 left in the 2nd. 

End of the first quarter: Dallas Cowboys 10-7 Jacksonville Jaguars. 

Same old story for the Jaguars. One side of the ball always lets them down. Offensive line problems leads to a three and out. 

Dallas starting to show their quality. But it's still well and truly a tight game. 

Poor special teams play from the Jaguars cost them a great start. With 2:30 left in the first quarter, the Cowboys now lead 10-7 after a short yardage touchdown catch from Jason Witten. 

Tony Romo did well to roll out of the pocket and bide his time before delivering the perfect strike. GAME ON!!

Great defense from the Jaguars forces Dallas to punt. Penalties on the offensive line cost them. But just when I say, muffed kick from the Jaguars leaves the Cowboys at the six-yard line. 

After two brilliant third down conversions from the Jaguars, it's 7-3 Jacksonville. Denard Robinson with an excellent 32 yard rushing touchdown. 7:36 left in the first quarter. 

So you don't think the Jaguars have the ability to win the game? Check out these awesome feet and hands pre-game. 

Big third down stop by the #Jaguars on the first drive of the game. Romo misses a wide open Jason Witten. Would have been a TD. 

Dan Bailey field goal instead is good. Decent start by the Cowboys with DeMarco Murray dominating on the ground. 

DeMarco Murray gains 23 yards on the ground on the first play of the game. Ominous signs for the Jags. 

Incredible pre-game here in the third NFL International Series Game from Wembley. Michelle Williams completely knocked the US national anthem out of the park. Now for the big game. Time to play.

Tony Romo is active for the #Cowboys. Huge for Dallas that he's playing. Don't believe me? Check out THIS

Awesome pre-game from Joss Stone and co. I'm feeling the chills, but that might also be the weather...

So what do we expect from the Jaguars today? Well, they have got a ton of rookies on their offense that are slowly but surely getting used to the NFL. 

The most impressive so far? That has to be wide receiver Allen Hurns.

Welcome to the third NFL International Series Game from London. Here's our blog and lets get started. 

25 minutes to kick off and we have seen an awesome performance already from the Jaguars' mascot Jaxson de Ville. He has well and truly got the crowd worked up. 

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