Jaguars, Bortles struggle, but get past Bills in AFC wild card

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First-year Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone has his first playoff win as a coach - much to Buffalo's dismay.

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.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book, the Jaguars are 8.5-point home favorites to beat the Bills, who opened as 7.5-point road underdogs when the line was first released for this game.

Marrone used an option in his contract to opt out after the Bills changed ownership after the 2014 season.

The Jaguars took a 10-3 lead with 42 seconds left in the third quarter. The Bills are playing the Jacksonville Jaguars in Jacksonville and if they can beat the Jaguars, the Titans will travel to Pittsburgh for a rematch against the Steelers. The Jaguars have their first playoff win since the 2007 season.

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LeSean McCoy is their key player and will be a big miss should an ankle injury sustained in the week 17 win over Miami keep him out at EverBank Field.

The first half was filled with rough offense, especially for the Jaguars.

Buffalo had more success (148 yards), but failed to cash in on a first-and-goal opportunity at the Jaguars' 1-yard line. Tim Reed concurred. He and his family found a Buffalo Bills bar in the city and celebrated with many Buffalo fans, including former Bills" kicker Brian Moorman and legendary "super fan, ' Ken Johnson, a.k.a.

Taylor was tended to by the team's medical staff on the field.

Both AFC divisional playoff games will air on KDKA-TV.