Buffalo Bills 17, Jacksonville Jaguars 10: Second Half Live Chat

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The Buffalo Bills get the ball back to start the second half after scoring a go-ahead touchdown just inside the two-minute warning.

After the Jacksonville Jaguars took a 10-7 lead with just a few minutes remaining in the first half, the Buffalo Bills responded from an unlikely spot. With Leodis McKelvin hobbled with a tight back, Marcus Easley got his first game action and didn't disappoint.

Returning the ensuing kickoff, Easley took the ball deep into Jaguars territory with a late hit penalty adding to his impressive return. A few plays later quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick found Scott Chandler in the end zone for the go-ahead score, 14-10.

After kicking off, Mario Williams stripped Chad Henne and recovered the fumble on Jacksonville's first play to give Buffalo the ball back inside the red zone. The Bills went three-and-out but managed three point on a Rian Lindell kick.

Fitzpatrick is 6 of 12 for 88 yards with a touchdown and interception. Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller both have 8 carries each for a combined 44 yards with Fitzpatrick and Brad Smith adding a couple of key runs. Chad Henne is just 5 of 15 for 86 yards as both quarterbacks deal with sloppy conditions.

We'll keep updating but you can discuss the second half right here.

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