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Quick take: Taylor, Jags hold of Bills

It was over when...
Jaguars LB Justin Durant, who had a team-high eight tackles, picked off Bills QB J.P. Losman in the fourth quarter, Losman's third turnover of the game. The pick protected the Jags' 22-14 lead at the time. Five minutes later they put it away when QB David Garrard connected with WR Reggie Williams on a 59-yard touchdown pass.

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Jaguars RB Fred Taylor recorded a season high 104 yards on 14 carries and scored his second touchdown of the season on a 50-yard run on the seventh play of Jacksonville's opening drive.

Key stat
The Jaguars outgained the Bills 416 to 286 in total yards and held the Bills to 192 yards passing.

Jaguars TE George Wrightster left the game in the third quarter with a knee injury. ... Bills RB Anthony Thomas' second quarter touchdown was the first receiving touchdown of his career. ... Williams' 59-yard TD reception in the fourth quarter was the longest of his career. ... Jaguars RB Maurice Jones Drew struggled (10 carries for 10 yards) but still managed to score his 23rd touchdown in 24 games with a 17-yard run in the fourth quarter. In seven starts this season, Garrard has yet to throw an interception. He has now holds the Jaguars record with 209 consecutive passes without an interception. ... Jaguars K Josh Scobee tied a franchise record with five FGs -- his longest coming from 46 yards.

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