The Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers will face off in around fifteen minutes in their Super Wild Card Playoff showdown. The Bills claimed the AFC's No. 2 seed in the final Saturday of the season,
defeating the Miami Dolphins 21-14. The Steelers secured the No. 7 seed with a win over the Baltimore Ravens and a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on the season's final weekend.
Buffalo has won six consecutive games, while Pittsburgh has won three consecutive games. This season, the Steelers' scoring defense is the sixth-best in the NFL
while Buffalo's is the fourth-best. The most notable difference between the two teams, who are separated by only one victory in the rankings, is the success of their offensive.
Buffalo was the league's sixth-highest scoring team this season, while Pittsburgh ranked 28th.
A visiting Pittsburgh Steelers supporter clears snow from their row of seats. A visiting Pittsburgh Steelers supporter removes snow from his row of seats. Photograph:
Jeffrey T Barnes/AP. Buffalo won 31-17 on Monday, setting up a showdown against the Kansas City Chiefs. The shovels may be brought out again, as the Bills will be the hosts.
The Bills recently commenced building on a new stadium, however, like Highmark, it will lack a roof despite the significant snowfall the area receives most winters.
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