Only Rams have less playoff experience than Jaguars

Only Rams have less playoff experience than Jaguars

Only Rams have less playoff experience than Jaguars

Buffalo will travel to Jacksonville for a 1:05 p.m. ET kickoff Sunday in the AFC wild-card round.

On Jackson's boycott list for the next four days are Twitter, Instagram and his other social media accounts. If there's any spot of the Jaguars defense that's a bit weak, it's the run defense - so the Bills will need to have a plan of attack with all the runners they have available to them.

It seemed as if Jacksonville's front office was planning for what happened next for a while. Considering the Jags will be playing in the playoffs this Sunday while the Giants will all be sitting on a coach, it's safe to say that Coughlin still has a few football tricks up his sleeve.

Cornerback A.J. Bouye and safety Barry Church played in three postseason games elsewhere. Thus, they will make big plays that can change the momentum of the game.

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"I don't look at life as fair or unfair to be honest", Taylor said. Obviously, he was part of the staff that brought me in and really [got] my career going, so he was always a standup guy with me. I'll be doing the same thing Thursday, Friday and some on Saturday. While the prognosis is not as bad as it initially appeared, Buffalo's starting tailback will be a game-time decision on Sunday.

The Jaguars (10-6) have been through this already. As many predicted they won the AFC South and were the third best team in the conference.

Now, Campbell said they have to reset the button - none of it matters now. "I want to be able to cut well enough to where I don't have a lot of pain cutting", he said.

Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles will also be counted on more to not lose the game rather than to win it on his own, especially with the emergence of rookie running back Leonard Fournette. "He's not going to practice today, but we're going to take it one day at a time".

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While the matchup on the field isn't particularly exciting, there are a multitude of interesting storylines leading up to this game.

"Because every play is critical is what makes it that much faster and that much more important", Jackson said. "I think we'll be good". "You can't stay stagnant; our people will figure you [out]".

The Buffalo Bills will be making their first postseason appearance since 1999, ending the longest playoff drought in the 4 major sports, by virtue of their 9-7 regular season record, making it into the postseason on the final day of the year.

Yes, Buffalo has the momentum and I don't expect the Bills to self-destruct from lack of experience any more than the Jags might, and Jacksonville doesn't present much of a home advantage. "I've got lifelong friends there, I'm extremely happy that they finally made it, all the fighting and putting it all together for them".

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