The drought is done.
It’s over for the Rams, who are back in the NFL playoffs for the first time in 13 years. It’s over for the Jacksonville Jaguars (nine years) and Tennessee Titans (eight).
And amazingly, improbably, it’s over for the Buffalo Bills, whose 17-year streak of not making the postseason was the longest active one in this country’s four major professional sports.
“It’s a big time for Buffalo,” legendary Bills quarterback Jim Kelly said by phone Sunday night. “You have so many loyal and dedicated fans who come out in any kind of weather. I talked to my daughter tonight and I said, ‘Erin, you’re 22 years old, and you’ve never seen the Bills in the playoffs....