Sport Bills QB Tyrod Taylor's head slams to ground at end of wild-card game

00:50  08 january  2018
00:50  08 january  2018 Source:

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Taylor was sacked with 1:17 remaining in the game and remained on the ground .

The Buffalo Bills lost quarterback Tyrod Taylor late in Sunday’ s wild card game against the Jacksonville Jaguars with a possible head injury. With the Bills desperately driving down seven with under two minutes left, Taylor was sacked and hit the ground hard

a man wearing a helmet: Tyrod Taylor © (Getty Images) Tyrod Taylor

Tyrod Taylor suffered a scary head injury at the end of the Bills' wild-card game against the Jaguars.

The Buffalo quarterback was trying to get rid of the ball when he was sacked by Jacksonville defensive end Dante Fowler. Taylor's head hit the turf hard, and he remained on the ground.

Taylor eventually got up and was helped off the field, but suffered a concussion.

Nathan Peterman came in for the last couple plays for the Bills, but their playoff hopes came to an end as they failed to score a touchdown to send the game into overtime.

Taylor was placed in concussion protocol following the game. With their 10-3 victory, the Jaguars move on to the divisional round where they face the Steelers in Pittsburgh next Sunday.

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