Crossing an ocean to play a divisional game is not as unique as you might think. This is the fifth time it's happened and it's occurred as recently as October 13, when the Panthers beat the Bucs in London.
The Jaguars are playing in their seventh London game and second vs. the AFC South, having beaten Indy there in 2016.
The rematch of the first Texans-Jags matchup is an opportunity for either team to take a big step forward in the division race entering the second half of the campaign.
The first game ended with the Texans stopping Leonard Fournette at the goal line, thwarting a two-point conversion attempt that would have given the Jaguars the lead with half a minute to go.
Gardner Minshew, making his first start, nearly stole the show, throwing for a late TD to D.J. Chark and rushing for 56 yards, nine more than Fournette. But on a day when the Texans offense was held to 13 points, the defense stepped up at the moment of truth to help pull out the win.
Both teams are 1-1 in the division. The AFC South is super tight and is the only division with every team at .500 or above. This could certainly be labeled the best division in the league when it's all said and done.
It's worth reminding everyone that last year it was the only division with three winning teams, two of which went to the playoffs. It's also the only division to send all four teams to the postseason in the last two seasons.
It's impressive that three of the teams have arrived at this point using quarterbacks that were not their designated starters when training camp began, showcasing the depth of their squads.
So here we go. The curtain lifts on act two of the season, 4,846 miles away from NRG stadium. It's 'Breakfast at Wembley' and we'll all be watching.