Go Bills! Steelers get Titans with Buffalo upset

Go Bills! Steelers get Titans with Buffalo upset

Go Bills! Steelers get Titans with Buffalo upset

In the third quarter, McCoy ripped off a 25-yard scamper.

The two teams, which combined for less than 500 yards total offense in the game, traded field goals late in the second quarter and went into the locker room at the half tied 3-3.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Blake Bortles put together one decent drive all day, doing as much with his legs as his arm, and the defensive-minded Jacksonville Jaguars eked out an ugly and sometimes unwatchable victory against the Buffalo Bills in an AFC wild-card game.

Jacksonville, which won the AFC South title and the No. 3 seed for the AFC playoffs, advances to a conference semifinal next weekend at No. 2 Pittsburgh.

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Midway through the second quarter the Bills finally broke through on a 31-yard field goal from field goal from Stephen Hauschka to give Buffalo a 3-0 lead, but it didn't come without some controversy.

Bortles was 12 of 23 for just 87 yards passing, but had 88 years on the ground for the Jaguars, who finished the regular season at 10-6 and were hosting their first home playoff game since January 2008. Atlanta's Michael Vick also did it against the St. Louis Rams in the 2004 playoffs. Ben Roethlisberger threw four touchdowns while Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota was miserable with four interceptions.

A last-ditch drive by the Bills with 1:51 remaining only got as far as midfield as Nathan Peterman, on in relief of an injured Tyrod Taylor, was intercepted on a 2-and-20 play from the Bills 48-yard line. All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey tipped and then intercepted Peterman's third pass, and the Jaguars ran out the clock.

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