June 18, 2024

Following Jacksonville’s loss, the Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers secured their postseason berths. The teams will square off on Sunday, with the Bills securing the AFC East title for the fourth consecutive year with a 21-14 victory over Miami.

The Dolphins were ahead 14–7 entering the fourth quarter, but Deonte Harty’s outstanding 96-yard punt return tied the score before Josh Allen’s five-yard pass to Dawson Knox resulted in the game-winning touchdown.

In their postseason debut, Miami, who hasn’t won the AFC East since 2008, will go to Kansas City to play the Chiefs, the reigning Super Bowl champions.
With the victory, the 2021 Super Bowl champions—their third consecutive title as NFC South division winners—were certain to make it to the postseason.

The Eagles, the runners-up in the Super Bowl the previous season, fell to the New York Giants 27–10, their fifth loss in their previous six games.

The Jacksonville Jaguars’ terrible late-season slide came to an end in Nashville with a 28-20 loss to Tennessee, setting up the Bucs’ celebration.

Jacksonville had led their division with an 8-3 record and appeared to be coasting into the postseason in late November.

However, after suffering five losses in their final six games, the Jaguars’ season collapsed, and the rapidly developing Houston Texans passed them to secure the AFC South.

The Titans, who are already out of the running for the playoffs, seized control of Sunday’s game in the

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