Here's a breakdown of the Buffalo Bills' 28-21 victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday at New Era Field:
Stayin' alive: In honor of the World's Largest Disco, the annual extravaganza held in Buffalo Saturday night, the Bills are doing their Bee Gees '70s thing by "Stayin' Alive" in the playoff hunt with a 6-5 record.
They're still a longshot to reach the postseason and will need plenty of help, but they are doing their part with their second win in a row.
Player of the game: LeSean McCoy. He was the sparkplug the Bills desperately needed after a lethargic start that allowed the Jaguars to take a 7-6 halftime lead. McCoy, who scored on a seven-yard run with 20 seconds left in the half, gave the Bills a jolt with a 75-yard touchdown run on the first play from scrimmage in the third quarter.
Play of the game: McCoy's 75-yard touchdown run, which was the longest run of his career. It also was his second touchdown of the game, making him the first Bills player with three multi-touchdown games in a season since Willis McGahee in 2004.
Play of the game II: Sammy Watkins' 62-yard catch of a perfect Tyrod Taylor throw that helped set up the touchdown that gave the Bills a 20-14 lead in the third quarter.
Play of the game III: Taylor's throw and a tremendous leaping catch by Justin Hunter for a 16-yard touchdown to give the Bills a 28-21 lead with 10:46 left in the game.
Dareus ties Paup: Marcell Dareus recorded his 33rd sack and tied Bryce Paup for 10th on the Bills all-time sack list.
Tyrod 5,000: Taylor became the 10th Bills quarterback to reach 5,000 passing yards.
Tyrod 1,000: Taylor's 38 rushing yards allowed him to surpass the 1,000-yard mark as a Bill. He joined Joe Ferguson (1,174) and Jim Kelly (1,049) as the third Bills quarterback to rush for 1,000 yards.
Tyrod 10: Taylor's seven-yard touchdown run to give the Bills a 20-14 lead with three minutes left in the third quarter gave him his 10th career rushing touchdown. He has also set a career single-season best with five rushing touchdowns this year.
And another Tyrod milestone: By passing and rushing for touchdowns, Taylor joins Jack Kemp (13) as the second player in Bills history to have six or more games with a passing and rushing touchdown.
Counting the House: The Bills announced that 67,849 tickets were distributed for the game. The Jaguars aren't exactly a big drawing card in these parts. And it didn't appear as if a whole lot of people were attracted by the chance to jeer Jaguars offensive line coach Doug Marrone, who walked out on the Bills with $4 million after the 2014 season.
Up next: The Bills make what could very well be their final visit to Oakland to face the Raiders, who could be moving to Las Vegas if they don't get a new stadium. The Raiders' offense has done plenty to make the team a leading contender for a top playoff seed.
When the teams last met, in Week 16 in 2014 and also in Oakland, the Raiders won, 26-24, eliminating the Bills from the playoffs.