The San Francisco 49ers and the Jacksonville Jaguars squared off from Wembley Stadium in London, England. The Jaguars were technically the home-team for this game. This game went about how you would have expected it to go.
The 49ers marched down and scored on their first drive of the game with a 19-yard touchdown run from Frank Gore. Eventually their defense forced the Jaguars to punt on the next possession. The 49ers on their second drive scored on a 12-yard run from Colin Kaepernick.
The possession following that second 49ers touchdown, the Jaguars were held to a three and out. On their third possession of the game, the 49ers scored a third touchdown. Kaepernick completed a short 2-yard touchdown pass to tight end Vernon Davis.
The Jags were held to another short drive, and they punted. The 49ers marched down the field again and Kaepernick scored on a 9-yard touchdown run to give the 49ers a 28-0 lead.
The Jaguars marched 80 yards down field on a 15 play drive to get to the 49ers’ six yard line. They went for it on fourth down and couldn’t convert and turned the ball over on downs. The Jaguars got a bit of luck though, Frank Gore fumbled on the next possession giving the Jaguars the ball 28 yards away from the goal line. A few plays later Chad Henne threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Mike Brown to get on the board.
After that it was back to business as usual. Gore scored on a 2-yard touchdown run on the next drive. Then the 49ers Dan Skuta returned a fumble 47-yards for a touchdown to give the 49ers a 42-10 lead.
The Jaguars out together an impressive drive to march 74 yards down the field to the 4 yard line. They failed to convert on fourth and goal for a second time. That pretty much ended the game as the 49ers just ran the remaining five minutes off the clock.