It's been a decade since either the Buffalo Bills or Jacksonville Jaguars have won a playoff game, but that changes on Sunday afternoon, as the pair of beleaguered franchises meet at EverBank Field for an AFC wild-card matchup. First-year Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone has his first playoff win as a coach - much to Buffalo's dismay.
Bills running back LeSean McCoy gutted out an ankle injury sustained in the regular-season finale win over the Miami Dolphins. Fournette averaged 2.7 yards per carry and also tallied 21 receiving yards on three catches.
The Jaguars took the lead with a 15-play drive covering 86 yards in 8:52.
Come the third quarter Jacksonville cashed in on what proved to be their only red zone scoring chance when Blake Bortles found TE Ben Koyack on fourth-and-goal from the one-yard line near the end of the third quarter.
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Taylor was tended to by the team's medical staff on the field.
The Bills threw it on first down, resulting in an offensive pass interference penalty on receiver Kelvin Benjamin, who was covered by Ramsey.
-Jacksonville got their first points just before the half expired as Josh Lambo was true from 44 yards out for a field goal to tie the score (3-3) with two seconds left in the half. It was the first career playoff game for the 11-year veteran, who signed with the Jaguars as a free agent in 2011 after being drafted by Buffalo.