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The Halftime Stats Of Bills-Jaguars Are Just Embarrassing

The Jacksonville Jaguars standing in the tunnel waiting to walk onto the field.

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 25: #88 Allen Hurns of Jacksonville Jaguars waits to go onto the pitch during the NFL game between Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills at Wembley Stadium on October 25, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images)

This has been one of the least-exciting NFL Playoff games in a while.

Did you watch the first half of the Bills-Jaguars AFC Wild Card Game?

Yes?

We're sorry.

Buffalo and Jacksonville combined to play one of the least-exciting first halves we've seen in an NFL Playoff game. We probably should have expected that, considering it's a playoff game between the Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars, but still. That was bad.

At halftime, Buffalo is tied with Jacksonville, 3-3. The Bills actually had the ball close to the goal line toward the end of the first half and, due to some penalties, seemingly had like 10 plays with a chance to score a TD, and failed miserably on each one. They had the ball for about 8 minutes and came away with a field goal.

Here are the halftime stats: 

Stats from the Bills-Jaguars game.
Stats from the Bills-Jaguars game.

Yuck.

The second half should begin momentarily on CBS. It'll be basically impossible to have a less-exciting 30 minutes of football than we saw in the first half, so we've got that going for us, at least.