By John Oehser
LONDON – London called again. Now, once again, it’s time to come home.
This time, the Jaguars head home winners for the second time in as many Pond Crosses – and for the second consecutive season London was a near-certain victory followed by a very possible defeat before a dramatic and oh-so-important victory.
But all of that is so much buildup.
The most important thing about Jaguars 30, Colts 27 is the Jaguars won for the first time in 2016 – and because of that, there’s a decidedly better feeling around this team.
It’s sure better than the last three weeks. And it was a whole lot better than the alternative.
“Obviously a big win for us,” Jaguars Head Coach Gus Bradley said following the victory over AFC South rival Indianapolis in front of 86,734 at Wembley Stadium Sunday afternoon.
“Must win,” left tackle Kelvin Beachum said. “We had to have it. You can’t go into the bye week with a record like that. It was a division game with a lot on the line.”
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