Jaguars' defense shuts down Bills in AFC wild-card game

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Peterman picked up a clutch first down to keep the drive going but the hopes of winning crashed when Jalen Ramsey picked off Peterman on a catch that could have been argued as a deflected pass instead of a turnover.

It was ugly, but it was a win at the end of the day, and the Jaguars now will have a rematch with the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Steel City next Sunday.

Jacksonville (11-6) will travel to face the second-seeded Pittsburgh Steelers next Sunday. These teams are the Buffalo Bills and the Jacksonville Jaguars. "We're going to come in here for another week, while other teams are sitting home".

"Usually in situations like that when we're up in the two-minute with the corners, we play 10 yards off and not more", Ramsey said. Also co-hosting my own sports radio show called Coast-To-Coast on the local campus radio station 91.7 FM in Wisconsin.

With the Bills in the postseason, Bills Mafia stepped their pregame game up outside EverBank Field. He may not have his fastball from his Super Bowl days, but even the 37-year-old Eli would be far more effective running this offense. The defense bottled up quarterback #Blake Bortles, who passed for a measly 87 yards.

Thankfully, Hackett opened up the playbook from the Arizona Cardinals game - he gave Bortles more freedom with his legs and the Jacksonville offense finally found success.

What happens when both quarterbacks in an National Football League playoff game stink to high heaven as passers? Atlanta's Michael Vick also did it against the St. Louis Rams in the 2004 playoffs.

"There's two different ways to look at it", Bortles said. It was a sea of red and blue, and the "Shout" song was heard loud and proud - proving once again just how much these fans love their team. "We'll put the team on our backs".

The play prompted a Bills assistant to slam his clipboard to the ground, which left Bortles smiling as he flipped the ball to an official.

However, in the wake of their 22-21 win - one that saw Marcus Mariota throw a touchdown pass to himself - the organisation was forced to come out and announce that Mularkey would be back next season. "That's all you've got to do". That's kind of the same thing with quarterbacking.

But, he has his first career playoff win.

While the 27-year-old Dareus told reporters he doesn't "have anything against the Bills organization", he isn't exactly a fan of the two men who made a decision to trade him - general manager Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott. "He battled in there, and it wasn't easy for him". Taylor also gives the Bills more pop in the running game, as he is as unsafe running with the ball as he is with throwing the ball.

Kickoff from Heinz Field is at 1:05 PM EST on Sunday, with the game being televised on CBS.

Peterman attempted a short pass to Thompson on a quick curl route towards the right sideline.

On Sunday, the Buffalo Bills squared off against the Jacksonville Jaguars in their first playoff appearance in seventeen years.

Also, coach Doug Marrone made a decision to start former Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus against his old team. "It was incredible", Bortles said. You're likely to see people around UNF and #Sacksonville adorned with a lot more teal, black and gold this week, accompanied by numerous "DUUUVALLL!" shouts echoing in the streets.

You never know how the big stage will affect teams and athletes when they've never been there before.

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