Buffalo Bills commence the playoffs with a systematic triumph against the Steelers.

Commencing more than 27 hours later than initially planned at Highmark Stadium, the Bills compensated for the delay by securing a 31-17 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in an AFC wild-card clash, extending Buffalo’s winning streak to six consecutive games.

In the opening quarter, Buffalo’s quarterback, Josh Allen, delivered touchdown passes to tight ends Dawson Knox and Dalton Kincaid. Allen further boosted the lead with a personal best 52-yard touchdown run, establishing a 21-0 advantage that they maintained throughout the game.

Despite the absence of All-Pro pass rusher T.J. Watt, the Steelers saw their improbable late-season surge come to an end, succumbing to Allen’s impactful plays and their own turnovers. Notably, Pittsburgh defied the odds by reaching the postseason, securing a playoff spot with a mere 4% chance on December 22.

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