#BillsMafia invades Jacksonville for first playoff game in 18 years

  • #BillsMafia invades Jacksonville for first playoff game in 18 years

#BillsMafia invades Jacksonville for first playoff game in 18 years

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.

After snapping a 17-year postseason drought, the Bills were unable to get their first playoff win since 1995, falling to Blake Bortles and Jacksonville Jaguars 10-3 on Sunday.

The Jaguars took the lead with a 15-play drive covering 86 yards in 8:52. The pass fell incomplete, but Benjamin was called for offensive pass interference pushing Buffalo back to the Jacksonville 11 yard line. Pinto Ron, who is known for attending every single Bills home and away game and hosting a tailgate party, since 1994. Bortles scrambled twice for first downs to get within field goal range for Josh Lambo, who connected from 44 yards with 2 seconds left.

The Bills' last playoff appearance was against the Tennessee Titans in the 1999 playoffs and were done in by the "Music City Miracle".

McCoy is listed as questionable and has been dealing with an ankle injury suffered last Sunday in the regular season finale against Miami.

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.