For those European fans scratching their heads: Yes, the NFL really exported two of its teams to play Sunday night at Wembley Stadium.

After witnessing a game that was essentially over in 1 ½ quarters, the football novices among the 83,559 in attendance can be forgiven for thinking the 49ers bullied a minor-league outfit en route to a 42-10 win over the hapless Jaguars.

Jacksonville, which arrived having lost all seven of its games by an average of 20.9 points, might have managed to get even worse. After 23 minutes, the 49ers led 28-0, had outgained the Jaguars, 233-40, and collected 16 first downs in 34 offensive plays.

The laugher was headlined by quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who opened by directing touchdown drives of 76, 80, 72 and 63 yards. Kaepernick, who rushed for 54 yards on seven carries, capped two of those matches with runs of 12 and 19 yards. He also tossed a two-yard touchdown to Vernon Davis, the tight end’s seventh touchdown in eight games.

The win was the 49ers’ fifth straight, with each by double-digits. The last time San Francisco won five straight games by at least 10 points was in 1995. They will now enter their bye week with a 6-2 record after a 1-2 start that included back-to-back blowout losses to Seattle and Indianapolis.

Meanwhile, the Jaguars went into Keystone Kops mode almost immediately en route to their eighth straight double-digit loss to open the season.