Jacksonville CB Aaron Colvin helped shut the door on Buffalo's final drive.

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It wasn't easy, but cornerback Aaron Colvin helpd Jacksonville Jaguars seal their second win of the season with a 34-31 win over the Buffalo Bills in London.

After Jacksonville jumped out to 27-3 lead in the second quarter, the Bills rattled off 28 straight points to pull ahead 31-27 in the fourth quarter.

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The Jaguars answered back, thanks to an impressive 31-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Blake Bortles to wide receiver Allen Hurns, but Buffalo still had another shot regain the lead with time winding down.

With the Bills facing a fourth-and-one situation on their own 40-yard line with :57 seconds remaining, quarterback EJ Manuel fired a pass towards the sideline intended for wide receiver Robert Woods. Colvin was right there, though, and knocked the ball away.

Colvin's heads-up play led to a turnover on downs and helped the Jaguars run out the clock to preserve the win.

Jacksonville heads into the bye week 2-5.

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