The Jaguars came out booming against the Patriots on Sunday afternoon when they started the game to get a touchdown in nine plays and 78 yards. Justin Blackmon caught a three-yard touchdown to give Jacksonville a 7-0 lead.
Tom Brady threw the ball intended for Stevan Ridley on New England's first drive of the day and it was intercepted on the Jaguar's 47 yard-line.
After the interception, kicker Josh Scobee kicked a 41-yard field goal to give the Jaguars a 10-0 lead.
The Patriots would respond with a 25 yard field goal by Stephen Gostkowski at 3:15 in the first quarter.
Jacksonville would threaten New England again. From 43 yards out, Scobee missed a field goal, kicking the ball wide left.
Brady threw his second interception of the game at the end of the first quarter. The ball was intended for Brandon Llyod and intercepted by Derek Cox. The interception resulted in a 35 yard field goal for the Jaguars.
The second quarter looked better for the Patriots as Gostkowski kicked a 49 yard field goal with 5:25 remaining in the second quarter. The Patriots trailed 13-6.
Near the end of the second quarter, Danny Woodhead caught a 14 yard touchdown pass from Tom Brady to tie the game before going into the locker room 13-13.
Gostkowski kicked a 38 yard field goal to give the Patriots' their first lead of the game, 16-13.
Marquice Cole intercepted Chad Henne's pass allowing the Patriots a chance to extend their lead. On the Patriots' possession, Wes Welker caught a two-yard touchdown to give New England a 23-13 lead.
With just over eight minutes left in the game, Scobee kicked a 42 yard field goal to close the 10 point lead to 23-16.
On the Jaguars' final drive of the game, in the redzone, Patrick Chung recorded his second interception of the game to end Jacksonville's hopes of a comeback.
The Patriots are now 11-4.