2. Bills 24, Jaguars 21
The playoff rematch, only with two teams nowhere near the playoffs in 2018.
Allen rushed for 99 yards in the win, marking his return to the field after a much-needed bye week for the team.
This one wasn’t as close as it seems, as the Jaguars scored a late touchdown and failed to recover an onside kick to stay in the game. Thus, more kneeling.
Yet there was plenty of excitement as the Jaguars had the ball with just under six minutes remaining and were only down three. Then Blake Bortles did what he does and threw an interception into the hands of Jordan Poyer. That led to a Bills field goal that put the team up 10.
The turning point in this game was when Leonard Fournette got ejected for fighting. He already had two touchdowns and 95 yards in three quarters, yet he came off the bench and got in the brawl, costing his team in the end.
1. Bills 42, Dolphins 17
We end with the party that ended the season and Kyle Williams‘ illustrious career in Buffalo.
The Dolphins came to Buffalo and surrendered as the Bills went wild.
The Bills intercepted Ryan Tannehill twice and held the Dolphins to 225 total yards on the day. Allen had five total touchdowns on the day, including two on the ground and he finished the year as the team’s best rusher.
It was a perfect way to end the season, even if the final record of 6-10 was nothing to be too ecstatic about.