49ers-Jaguars Capsule

Updated: October 24, 2013, 12:30 PM ET
Associated Press

SAN FRANCISCO (5-2) vs. JACKSONVILLE (0-7) at London

1 p.m. EDT, FOX

OPENING LINE -- 49ers by 14½

RECORD VS. SPREAD -- San Francisco 5-2, Jacksonville 1-6

SERIES RECORD -- Jaguars lead 2-1

LAST MEETING -- 49ers beat Jaguars 20-3, Nov. 29, 2009

LAST WEEK -- 49ers beat Titans 31-17; Jaguars lost to Chargers 24-6

AP PRO32 RANKING -- 49ers No. 6, Jaguars No. 32

49ERS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (17), RUSH (3), PASS (31)

49ERS DEFENSE -- OVERALL (8), RUSH (18), PASS (6)

JAGUARS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (32), RUSH (32), PASS (21T)

JAGUARS DEFENSE -- OVERALL (28), RUSH (32), PASS (14)

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES -- 49ers have won four in row. From Tennessee on Sunday, they flew to London after game, one day ahead of Jaguars. ... San Francisco is 2-1 all-time at Wembley Stadium, beating Denver 24-16 in 2010 and splitting pair of preseason games. ... 49ers have scored at least 31 points in each of five wins this season. ... Niners have INT in four straight games. ... San Francisco will have traveled NFL-high 32,948 miles by end of regular season. Only San Diego (26,932) and Oakland (26,240) will join San Francisco in surpassing 25,000 miles in air. ... This is first of four games Jacksonville has agreed to play in London, giving up home game in each of next four years. ... Jaguars have lost every game by double digits, becoming first NFL team to accomplish that dubious feat since 1984 Houston Oilers. Those Oilers lost their first 10 games by at least 10 points. ... Jacksonville has been outscored 56-15 in first quarter and 127-33 in first half. ... Coach Gus Bradley, who left team for two days following death of his father, is sticking with QB Chad Henne and relegating 2011 first-round draft pick Blaine Gabbert to bench -- maybe for good.

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