sport news Buffalo Bills end 17-year play-off drought

Buffalo Bulls beat Miami Dolphins 22-16 on Sunday to reach NFL play-offs Bills have broken their long-standing post-season drought dating back to 1999 Buffalo will travel to Jacksonville next weekend in a wild-card game 

By Steven Wine, Associated Press

Published: 11:14 GMT, 1 January 2018 | Updated: 11:14 GMT, 1 January 2018

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The Buffalo Bills snapped the longest current non-playoff drought in North American pro sports with a 22-16 victory on Sunday at Miami and Cincinnati's victory at Baltimore. The Bills hadn't made the postseason since 1999.

Buffalo (9-7) will travel to Jacksonville next weekend in a wild-card game.

The Bills' anxiety was compounded by the loss of 1,000-yard rusher LeSean McCoy with a right ankle injury. He was carted off the field in the third quarter.

Buffalo Bills ended the longest current non-playoff drought in North American pro sports

Buffalo Bills ended the longest current non-playoff drought in North American pro sports

The Bills defeat Miami Dolphins 22-16 on Sunday to reach the post-season stage

The Bills defeat Miami Dolphins 22-16 on Sunday to reach the post-season stage

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