Kicker Matthew Wright made two field goals over 50 yards in the fourth quarter, breaking the deadlock on the last play of the game, and the Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Miami Dolphins 23-20 on Sunday in London.
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The winners put the brakes on a 20-game losing streak, savoring their first triumph of the campaign.
In fact, quarterback Trevor Lawrence also got his first career win with the Jaguars (1-5). Wright ran 54 yards to tie it 20-20 before playing the heroes with a 53-yard punt.
Lawrence hit the target 25 times on 41 occasions for a total of 319 yards and a touchdown, the work of Marvin Jones.
James Robinson added a major and 73 rushing yards.
For the Dolphins (1-5), pivot Tua Tagovailoa had 33 of his 47 passes for 329 yards, two majors – all scored by Jaylen Waddle – and an interception.