Blake Bortles' pick-six nearly doomed the Jaguars late in the game. Stacy Revere Getty Images

At one point in Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Buffalo Bills found themselves down 27-3 after EJ Manuel turned the ball over on three consecutive drives. All three turnovers translated to touchdowns for the Jaguars as it looked like there was no chance for the Bills to come back.

However, the Jaguars did almost everything in their power to give this game away, and they just about did late in the game. With his team up just three points and 5:39 remaining in the fourth quarter, Blake Bortles threw an interception to Corey Graham, who returned it 43 yards for a touchdown.

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It would give the Bills a four point lead after the two-point conversion, but their second lead of the game didn't last much longer than their first. Bortles and the Jaguars marched down the field and scored a touchdown to reclaim the lead and hold on for the victory.

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