The Buffalo Bills scored 27 unanswered points after falling behind 10-7 and breezed to a 34-18 win over the floundering Jacksonville Jaguars. The win puts the Bills at 5-7 and keeps their playoff hopes alive.
The Bills run game dominated against the Jags with captain Fred Jackson rushing for 109 yards and CJ Spiller picking up 77, including a 44 yard run for a TD. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for two touchdown passes and ran one in on a 1-yard run in providing a spark to an injury-depleted offense that finished the game minus its top two receivers.
Wide-out Stevie Johnson did not return after hurting his left hamstring in the third quarter, and Donald Jones never suited up due to a calf injury.
The Bills host the St. Louis Rams next Sunday at the Ralph. The Rams are coming off a 16-13 upset of NFC power San Francisco.
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