Jaguars defeat Bills 10-3


The Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Buffalo Bills 10-3 in Sunday's AFC Wild Card game.

The Jaguars will play the Pittsburgh Steelers in the next round of the playoffs. He was replaced by Nathan Peterman, who was intercepted by Jalen Ramsey to wipe away any hopes of a comeback. Bortles carried nine times for 89 yards to supplement a subpar passing game. The first time these two teams played this season, the Steelers manhandled them 40-17.

The Jaguars, who won the AFC South, are also returning to the playoffs after a long drought.

After a 2-2 start to the season it looked like another season of struggle in inconsistency in northern Florida despite a coaching change that saw Gus Bradley replaced with Marrone. He was promoted to interim head coach for the final two games of the 2016 season after Gus Bradley was sacked and got the full-time job in January.

On the other side of the ball, LeSean McCoy's ankle injury looms large.

The Jaguars took the lead with a 15-play drive covering 86 yards in 8:52. Marrone elected to go for it from the Bills' 1-yard line on fourth down.

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Koyack had five catches in the regular season and no touchdowns.

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Buffalo had more success (148 yards), but failed to cash in on a first-and-goal opportunity at the Jaguars' 1-yard line.

And that is all up to the Buffalo Bills. But receiver Kelvin Benjamin was called for offensive pass interference in the end zone.

-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.