Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Denver Broncos: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

DJ Siddiqi@@DJSiddiqiCorrespondent IIIOctober 13, 2013

It may not have been a 28-point victory, but the Broncos will take it.

In a competitive game up until midway through the fourth quarter, the Denver Broncos defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars, 35-19, at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

Jacksonville trailed just 14-12 at halftime.

However, as the game progressed deep into the second half, the Broncos' talent level was too much for Jacksonville to handle. The Broncos outscored the Jaguars 21-7 in the second half, led by Knowshon Moreno's three touchdowns.

Denver's offense looked sloppy on and off throughout the game, fumbling the football three times, while committing three turnovers.

However, despite Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon's career game which saw him catch 14 passes for 190 yards, the Jaguars struggled to punch the ball in the end zone all throughout the game. Their lone touchdown on offense was a Maurice Jones-Drew run in the third quarter.

The undefeated Broncos (6-0) will travel to Indianapolis to face the Colts (4-1) on Sunday Night Football in Peyton Manning's return to Indy. The winless Jacksonville Jaguars (0-6) will look for their first victory of the season as they await the visiting San Diego Chargers (2-3) in Week 7.

Final

Broncos - 35

Jaguars - 19

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