Published: Mon, January 08, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Injuries: LeSean McCoy (ankle) will play vs. Jaguars

Injuries: LeSean McCoy (ankle) will play vs. Jaguars

It's looking like LeSean McCoy will be on the field when the Buffalo Bills take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in Sunday's AFC wild card playoff game. The drive culminated in Blake Bortles' 1-yard touchdown pass to Ben Koyack with 49 seconds remaining in the quarter. McCoy was injured with an ankle sprain during last week's game and was questionable leading up to today, and is now officially listed as active. 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.

Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles was more effective as a runner than passer.

The first half was filled with rough offense, especially for the Jaguars.

The Bills had the ball for 20:09 in the first half.

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Midway through the second quarter the Bills finally broke through on a 31-yard field goal from field goal from Stephen Hauschka to give Buffalo a 3-0 lead, but it didn't come without some controversy. Facing a strong Bills secondary, perhaps the best formula for a Jaguars victory will be a heavy dose of Leonard Fournette, although his performances have been rather uneven as of late.

A drab first quarter finished scoreless and the second quarter almost followed suit as both sides started nervously before a fantastic interception by Jaguars cornerback Aaron Colvin gave the match some spark.

Goodell was in Jacksonville for Sunday's AFC wild-card game between the Jaguars and Buffalo Bills after being in Los Angeles on Saturday night.

Kickoff is scheduled for 1:05 p.m. ET and will be broadcast nationally on CBS. It's the third time they've met this season. If Buffalo wins, it will play at top-seeded New England.

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