The Jaguars will play the Pittsburgh Steelers Jan. 14.
The Jaguars tied the game after taking over at their own 47 yard line with 40 seconds remaining in the half. But fortunately for the Jaguars in this particular matchup, they'll be at home, where Bortles has completed 64.3 percent of his passes for 267.9 yards per game, 7.65 yards per attempt and a 15-to-5 TD:INT ratio, helping the Jags to a 6-2 record. Buffalo allowed a league-worst 18 rushing touchdowns since trading Dareus and surrendered 148.7 rushing yards per game (second-most in the league during that span). Buffalo settled for a 31-yard field goal by kicker Stephen Hauschka to take a 3-0 lead with 1:49 left in the first half. If Leonard Fournette is gaining yards in chunks, Bortles won't have to do much and that was the recipe for success this year in Jacksonville.
The Jaguars managed just 27 yards in the first quarter.
The Tennessee Titans might be the least convincing outfit of any team to make the postseason in 2017, and look to be out of their depth facing a resurgent Kansas City team that has rebounded after a poor middle stretch during the season. Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles is capable of winning the game for either team, depending on which version shows on Sunday.
The nightcap features the fourth-seeded New Orleans Saints (11-5) and the No. 5 seed Carolina Panthers (11-5) at the Superdome.
The Bills, eight point underdogs, play Jacksonville today at 1:05 p.m. and if they win, it will be their first playoff victory since December 30, 1995.