EJ Manuel got off to a rough start against the Jaguars in London.

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With Tyrod Taylor still dealing with a knee injury, the Buffalo Bills turned to EJ Manuel to start against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London. Unfortunately, he's not playing like a former first-round pick.

After the Jaguars took a 7-3 lead, Manuel began to struggle like he's never struggled before. On the fourth play of the drive, Manuel dropped back and was sacked, fumbling the football as the Jaguars took it back for a touchdown. It put Jacksonville up 14-3 in a matter of less than two minutes, but incredibly, things got even worse for Manuel.

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On the first play of the next drive, Manuel threw an interception directly to linebacker Telvin Smith who turned on the jets and returned it for another defensive touchdown.

It only took seven seconds for the Jaguars' defense to score two touchdowns as the boo birds rained down on Manuel in London. The Jaguars took a 21-3 lead with the pick-six, yet Manuel was still in a giving mood.

Following his pick-six, Manuel threw another interception, this time to Paul Posluszny. It wasn't of the pick-six variety, but the Jaguars would turn the it into a touchdown on the ensuing drive as they took a 27-3 lead in the second quarter.

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