Who will win the NFL Wild Card round: Buffalo Bills or Jacksonville Jaguars?
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Who will win the NFL Wild Card round: Buffalo Bills or Jacksonville Jaguars?

#GoBills
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The NFL regular season is over and now real football begins. The NFL playoffs are starting with the wild card round on Saturday with the Buffalo Bills facing off against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Bills come in winning their last game to eek into the playoffs, but they are still dangerous with LeSean McCoy. The Jacksonville Jaguars won the AFC South title behind one of the best pass defenses in the league and a good running game. Who advances? 🏈

THE VOTES ARE IN!
#GoBills
75%
#Jaguars
25%

The Buffalo Bills snapped a 17-year playoff drought by making the playoffs this year. LeSean McCoy led the way for the Bills all year, notching 1,586 yards from scrimmage despite being the guy every team game planned for. He is a little banged up, but he is a competitor who will be available for the game. With Tyrod Taylor firmly in the driver's seat for the playoffs, the Bills should be able to ride some last game momentum to a win.

The Jaguars are back, and they didn't need any help to make it to the playoffs either. Jacksonville won the AFC South Division title, utilizing rookie running back sensation Leonard Fornette. He drove a rushing attack that gained the most yards on the ground in the NFL. But he's just part of the story. The Jaguars defense has vastly improved this year, sporting the best pass defense in the NFL in terms of yards allowed. Quarterback Blake Bortles is also managing the game a lot better than he has in years past. With an effective running game and defense who can stop anyone, the Jags should have no trouble with the Bills.

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