Who Is Playing in the NFL International Series Games?

    NFL On Location NFL International Game Series Six NFL teams will be heading to London this fall for the NFL International Series held at Wembley Stadium. Three of the teams are returnees from 2014 while the remaining three will be making their debut in the exciting city. Take a look below to see who is playing in the NFL International Series games!

    Dolphins vs. Jets

    The New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins will square off in London on October 4. We’re looking forward to Geno Smith and Ryan Tannehill going head to head in this AFC East matchup! This will be the third time the Dolphins make a trip to London and the first time for the Jets.

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    Jaguars vs. Bills

    The Buffalo Bills will travel abroad to face the Jacksonville Jaguars in London on October 25. Rex Ryan’s defense will look to stifle Blake Bortles and the Jaguars’ offense in this international matchup. This will be the third time the Jaguars head to London and the first time for the Bills.

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    Chiefs vs. Lions

    The Detroit Lions will invade London to face the Kansas City Chiefs on November 1. Alex Smith and the Chiefs host Matthew Stafford and the Lions in a potentially-pivotal Week 8 matchup. This will be the second time the Lions go abroad to London and the first time for the Chiefs.

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    Recap of 2014 NFL International Series Games

    Cowboys 31

    Jaguars 17

    Tony Romo came back from injury and threw three touchdowns to lead the Dallas Cowboys to a victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. He completed 20 of 27 passes for 246 yards and finished with a season-high passer rating of 138.8. Denard Robinson scored the two lone touchdowns for the Jaguars. A fumble early on set the tone for the game, giving the Cowboys just the momentum they needed to play solid football and defeat the Jaguars 31-17.

    Lions 22

    Falcons 21

    Matt Prater kicked a 48-yard field goal on the last play of the game to lift the Detroit Lions to a big comeback over the Atlanta Falcons. The Lions trailed 21-0 at the half but made drastic improvements thereafter. Matthew Stafford threw for 325 yards and two touchdowns, giving him 120 touchdowns, breaking the Lions record. Matt Ryan led the Falcons with 228 yards passing and two touchdowns, but unfortunately for the Falcons, it simply wasn’t enough. The Falcons' blown halftime lead was tied for the biggest in team history.

    Dolphins 38

    Raiders 14

    Coming off a two-game losing streak and fighting for his starting spot, Ryan Tannehill knew he needed to come out guns blazing. He threw for 278 yards and two touchdowns to carry the Miami Dolphins to a 38-14 victory over the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders scored on their opening drive but couldn’t make the necessary plays thereafter. The Raiders also had to replace starting quarterback Derek Carr with third-stringer Matt McGloin in the third quarter due to injury to Carr’s left ankle and knee. Tannehill and Miami’s impressive performance along with Oakland’s lack of defense paved the way for the Dolphins' big win. 

    Attend an NFL International Series Game

    NFL On Location NFL International Game Series  QuintEventsNow that you know who is playing in the
    2015 NFL International Series, you might be wondering how you can be there to witness the exciting action! Plus, if your favorite team is playing in London, I think we can all agree you NEED to be there. After all, the opportunity doesn’t come around too often!

    If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind experience, Official Ticket Packages through NFL on Location and QuintEvents are the way to go. With great seats, game day hospitality, NFL on Location signature services and much more, you are guaranteed to have the time of your life at the 2015 NFL International Series. See you in London!