Buffalo lost its first playoff game since 1999 because of a familiar storyline-lack of offensive punch.
The Panthers-Saints victor will play at Minnesota next week.
After a moribund first-half performance, quarterback Blake Bortles put together a 15-play drive in the third quarter that led to the only touchdown of the game and the Jacksonville Jaguars hung on to beat the Buffalo Bills 10-3 in an AFC wildcard game Sunday in Jacksonville.
The Bills are playing the Jacksonville Jaguars in Jacksonville and if they can beat the Jaguars, the Titans will travel to Pittsburgh for a rematch against the Steelers.
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The Bills' Cinderella story continues into the playoffs with an AFC wild-card matchup with the Jaguars in Jacksonville. The Jaguars defense controlled the game, forcing Roethlisberger to throw five interceptions and even question his ability to play the game.
Bortles was a big reason Jacksonville won the game and a big reason it was so close.
One of those was the touchdown drive that he ended with a 1-yard pass to backup tight end Ben Koyack with 42 seconds left in the third quarter.
Subplots:-Nathan Peterman came on in relief of Tyrod Taylor after a 10-second run off for his injury with 1:17 left. He was off most of the day, misfiring short and long, but made up for it with 88 yards rushing - becoming the second starting quarterback in the past 25 years to win a playoff game with more rushing yards than passing (87).