The Jaguars scored their first touchdown at home (in London)

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

It's been a very Jaguars kind of day.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are playing the San Francisco 49ers in London this week. They have been very bad, once again, but there's one silver lining. The team finally scored its first touchdown at home in 2013. Unfortunately, because they are the Jaguars, this "home" designation came in London.

You read that correctly. The Jaguars have yet to score a touchdown in the city of Jacksonville. They're also losing to the 49ers, 42-10, at the time of this writing, but at this point we'll take what we can get.

The NFL is apparently still serious about building a fanbase in the United Kingdom, but if they keep sending the Jaguars to London we might have another War of 1812 on our hands. This is not a very good football team! They do not play offense or defense well. Chad Henne is a bad quarterback and they might be drafting a new one in the 2014 NFL Draft. Pity the Jaguars fans, and pity the poor souls in London who had to watch this.

God knows what horrible thing Jaxson De Ville will have to do this week after losing another bet.

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