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Bills hold off Jags for 28-21 win

Buffalo now 6-5
Posted at 4:16 PM, Nov 27, 2016

After a first half to forget, the Bills defense stood tall, the offense found its way and Buffalo kept its postseason hopes alive with a 28-21 win over Jacksonville on Sunday.

With the win, the Bills improve to 6-5 overall.  The Jaguars dip to 2-9.

Sammy Watkins, who was playing for the first time since Week 2, had three catches for 80 yards, including a 62-yard catch which led to a Tyrod Taylor rushing score to give Buffalo a 20-14 lead in the third quarter.

LeSean McCoy ran 19 times for 103 yards, but had a rough day finding consistency on the ground.
Outside of his 75 yard TD run to open the third quarter, he averaged 1.4 yards per carry.

Buffalo travels to Oakland on Dec. 4. Kickoff is set for 4:05 p.m.