Bills Fall in AFC Wild Card Game, Lose to Jaguars 10-3 to End Season

The first Bills playoff appearance in what seemed like forever was rather flat, as the team just didn’t do much of anything on offense, losing to the Jacksonville Jaguars 10-3 to end their season.

The run game did its job, rushing for 130 yards on 32 carries, but quarterback Tyrod Taylor threw for just 134 yards, and was picked off once and sacked twice.

Buffalo held the Jaguars in check, and other than one back breaking eight minute drive that ended with the only touchdown of the game, they did the job they were set out to do.

It’s just a shame they were not able to generate more offense, and now they will have all offseason to think about it.


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