It wasn't pretty, but it counts.
"We haven't been in this situation for a long time," said linebacker Paul Posluszny, per The Florida Times-Union. "That's great for the organization, great for this environment, great for these guys to be a part of and to now (say), 'Hey, this is all going to count late in the year.' It's an awesome feeling to have."
Said center Stefen Wisniewski: "It's big for everybody's confidence. Obviously, with our division, we still have a great shot and these last two games were just so big for confidence, but to stay in it."
"Offensively, if you look at it, our leading playmakers are Blake and Robinson and Hurnsey and T.J.," Jaguars general manager David Caldwell told Around The NFL's Conor Orr before the Jaguars-Bills tilt in London. "... Most of our plays have come from those guys and they're all respectively in their second, second, second and first year in the league. So that's encouraging."
And so is the remaining schedule, with just one game left against a winning team -- the Falcons -- and plenty of opportunity to shake up the South with remaining tilts against Tennessee, Indianapolis and Houston.