The defensive units for the Jaguars and Bills proved equally effective in limiting scoring opportunities.
Both teams struggled offensively and somehow Blake Bortles ended up as the game's leading rusher.
The Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Buffalo Bills 10-3 in Sunday's AFC Wild Card game. The QB ran for gains of 20 and 12 yards as Jacksonville pulled even at 3-3 at the end of the second quarter. Their deepest penetration in the second half was the Jacksonville 48 as they never threatened to score again. With 1:27 remaining, backup Nathan Peterman came on and ran for 4 yards to pick up a first down. Their victory means they will head to Heinz Field to face the Steelers next week in the AFC divisional playoffs.
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-The Jaguars took their first lead of the game when they marched 86 yards on 15 plays with Blake Bortles finding Ben Koyack for a one-yard touchdown reception on fourth-and-goal with under a minute left in the third quarter (10-3). Bortles scrambled twice for first downs to get within field goal range for Josh Lambo, who connected from 44 yards with 2 seconds left.
With 1st-and-Goal inside the 1, instead of running for a potential touchdown, Tyrod Taylor threw to the corner of the endzone to Kelvin Benjamin. But three plays later, Jalen Ramsey picked off a Peterman pass at the Jaguars' 47 yard line.