Bills vs. Jaguars final score: Jacksonville winning streak comes to an end, 27-20

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The Jaguars kept the game close, but failed to capitalize on opportunities to defeat the Bills and earn a fourth-straight win.

The Jacksonville Jaguars fell to 4-10 with a 27-20 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, ending a three-game winning streak and officially eliminating any remaining scenario that would have sent the team to the postseason.

Quarterback Chad Henne found a rhythm at times, finishing with 21-of-36 passes completed for 237 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions; however, his second interception came in the final minutes of the game and ended a potential game-tying drive in the red zone. He was also sacked by the Bills defensive line five times.

Defensively, the Jaguars made some stops, but struggled with the rushing attack of the Bills, allowing the combination of Fred Jackson, C.J. Spiller, E.J. Manuel and Frank Summers to tally 198 combined rushing yards.

Despite forcing four turnovers, it was key turnovers for the Jaguars that ultimately led to the loss, as Denard Robinson and Mike Brown each had fumbles that cost the team points and Henne's late interception foiled a late drive that had a chance to tie the game.

The Jaguars will look to bounce back in Week 16 with a home game against the Tennessee Titans who they defeated 29-27 in Week 10.

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