The Jaguars had struggled on the offensive side of the ball all season but they were given a gift by the Rams' defense when they left receiver Justin Blackmon wide open on a play. Gabbert immediately found him and the receiver ran all for the touchdown for a 67-yard score.
However, the bad side of the Jaguars' offense was to return in the next series as Gabbert threw an interception into the hands of Matt Giordano, with no receiver in sight, and the safety ran the ball back 87 yards for the touchdown.
Kickers Josh Scobee and Greg Zuerlein exchanged field goals from 48 and 32 yards respectively but the Rams got the opportunity to take the lead when Darian Stewart ripped the ball out of the hands of Clay Harbor and recovered the fumble.
Bradford took full advantage of this chance as he fooled the Jaguars' defense with play-action and found tight end Lance Kendricks in the flat and he powered over several defenders into the end zone for a 16-yard touchdown.
The Rams' offense got moving again just before the break as Bradford found receiver Austin Pettis in the end zone for a six-yard strike to extend his side's advantage.
After the break, the Jaguars tried to get back into the game and they moved the ball to the red zone but Gabbert saw his pass picked off by James Laurinaitis in the end zone. However, minutes later Josh Scobee kicked a field goal from 48 yards to bring his side within 11.
Zuerlein moved the lead back to 14 with a field goal of his own but then replacement quarterback for the Jaguards, Chad Henne, found the end zone to bring them within a touchdown as he found Cecil Shorts on a four-yard strike.
Jacksonville's hopes of getting level were dented when the Rams extended their lead to 14 points again. Bradford hit Austin Pettis downfield and the receiver ran into the end zone to complete a 31-yard score to seal his side's victory.