Patriots vs. Jaguars score update: Jacksonville ahead, 10-3, after one quarter

After one quarter of action in Jacksonville, Florida, the home-standing Jaguars lead the visiting New England Patriots by a score of 10-3.

The Jaguars jumped out to a quick start on their opening drive, thrashing the Patriots' defense in the pass game on a possession that would end with a Chad Henne touchdown pass to highly-touted rookie receiver Justin Blackmon.

After a Stevan Ridley bobble that turned into a Tom Brady interception, the Jags would drive right back into Patriots' territory, settling for a Josh Scobee field goal.

The Patriots would come back with an impressive drive of their own, taking the ball inside the Jacksonville 5-yard-line. However, the Jags' defense was able to hold serve, forcing a short field goal from Stephen Gostkowski.

With the score 10-3, Jacksonville drove back into field goal range, but failed to come away with any points after a 43-yard miss from Scobee.

The Jaguars will have the ball at the New England 21-yard-line to begin the second quarter.

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