The Week 15 matchup between the Bills and Jaguars went about as expected. Jacksonville was missing several starters, including strong safety Johnathan Cyprien, running back Maurice Jones-Drew and wide receiver Cecil Shorts. The Jaguars had been playing well, but those injuries seemed likely to make an impact on the game.
And they did. The Jaguars were unable to hold the Bills off the scoreboard after Buffalo's disappointing six-point performance last week in Tampa Bay, eliminating Jacksonville from playoff contention and dropping the team to 4-10.
The Bills were able to stuff the ball down Jacksonville's throat via the run and made enough plays in the passing game to get in the end zone three times. The Jaguars committed four turnovers and made enough mistakes to prevent them from winning their second consecutive home game.
In Weeks 12-14, we learned that the Jaguars were closer to being fully rebuilt than many previously thought. In Week 15, we learned that they're definitely not there yet.
Let's take a look at exactly what we learned.