Quarterbacks for the Denver Broncos and Jacksonville Jaguars, Russell Wilson and Trevor Lawrence each threw an interception in the first half of their team’s Week 8 game at Wembley Stadium in London. This is the season’s third game in the capital of the United Kingdom.


Wilson intended a pass to his wide receiver Courtland Sutton but it was caught by Jaguars cornerback Tyson Campbell at the 37-yard Denver line. Campbell recorded his second pick of the season and fourth overall of his career.

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Wilson has not had a good season so far, considering the long contract he signed in the off-season. He has just five TDs with four interceptions so far this season. He missed the team’s Week 7 loss to the New York Jets due to a hamstring injury. 

With this, the Jaguars now climb up to the third spot in NFL’s interceptions leaders with eight to their team. They are now tied with four other teams like Baltimore Ravens, New York Jets, Chicago Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers at the third position.

After the turnover, the Jaguars passed for a touchdown to score the first point scoring play of the game. QB Trevor Lawrence threw a 22-yard pass to tight-end Evan Engram. This was the team’s longest passing Td for the season. 

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QB Lawrence now has 10 TDs to go with five interceptions for the current campaign. 

The Broncos’defense however bounced back from the early setback to pick up an interception of their own. Safety Justin Simmons caught a flat pass from Lawrence to make it an interception for both teams.


With this pick, the Broncos have now recorded five interceptions for the year and are tied for the sixth spot in the league. 

The game is led by Jacksonville who holds a 10-0 advantage over the team from Mile High.