Quarterback Blake Bortles has looked a different man when asked to simply be steady, keep it simple and don't turn it over unlike the past few seasons when he's been launching it long.
After a 2-2 start to the season it looked like another season of struggle in inconsistency in northern Florida despite a coaching change that saw Gus Bradley replaced with Marrone.
The Jaguars will play the Pittsburgh Steelers in the next round of the playoffs. He was promoted to interim head coach for the final two games of the 2016 season after Gus Bradley was sacked and got the full-time job in January. The running back suffered an ankle sprain in Week 17 that required a cart to carry him off the field during Buffalo's win over the Miami Dolphins.
Bortles' legs once again proved to be the difference in the second half, as the QB ran for 36 yards and capped off a 15-play 86-yard drive with a TD to tight end Ben Koyack to give the Jags a 10-3 lead.
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The Bills threw it on first down, resulting in an offensive pass interference penalty on receiver Kelvin Benjamin, who was covered by Ramsey.
The Bills (9-7) finished the season winning three of their last four games, while the AFC South champion Jaguars (10-6) faltered to losses to the 49ers and Titans in their final two games. It was the first career playoff game for the 11-year veteran, who signed with the Jaguars as a free agent in 2011 after being drafted by Buffalo.