The game’s “Sunday Football” afternoon is a great one for the NFL playoffs. In a game scheduled to start at 8:20 pm ET on NBC, 8-5 Steelers will host 9-4 accounts. Pittsburgh and Buffalo entered Week 15 as Seeds No. 5 and no. 6, respectively, in the AFC playoffs.
The Steelers got into the “Sunday Night Football” slot a few weeks ago due to the playoff implications of the game. hit the Chargers against the Vikings in a different time window. Buffalo just needs a Pittsburgh win to secure a playoff spot, but the Bills have lost their last six games against the Steelers and Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin never lost (4-0) to Buffalo.
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To pull off the mild disruption as an underdog, the accounts will need another impressive performance by Josh Allen. The goalkeeper has posted a pass rating of 90 or better in three of his last four games, and has 4 TDs, no INTs and a pass rating of 119.6 in his last two starts on the road.
Allen’s corresponding QB on Sunday night is part of the reason the Steelers remained in the playoffs despite injury-related issues this season. Devlin Hodges won his third win in his third start last week, and with a win over Buffalo, Hodges would give Virgil Carter (four wins in 1968) and Phil Simms (four in 1979) their third-largest series. win. QB rookie to start a career in the Super Bowl era (1966-today). In addition, with a win, Hodges would become the first unbeaten coach to win any of his first four starts at the time of the joint draft (1967-today).
Below is all the information you need to watch Steelers vs. Bills on Sunday night, including TV channels and kickoff time for Game of the Week 15.
Who plays Sunday afternoon?
- Match: Buffalo Bills at Pittsburgh Steelers
- Clipping time: 8:20 pm ET
In Week 15, the NFL qualifies for extras and mere forecasts, Sporting News splits into Sunday’s Steelers-Bills game. Here are the explanations for each choice.
Choose against the spread: Josh Allen and the account offense were mostly confused last week. That’s bad news against the Steelers, who made a similar number to Kyler Murray. Allen will lay off a ton and remain on the decline, while the Steelers will ease the burden on Devlin Hodges with more success in the current game. Pittsburgh will become the AFC’s best wild card team and will continue to build on the incredible second pick. Option: The Steelers win 20-17 and cover the spread.
Predicting straight: Mike Tomlin gets the buzz coach of the year for good reason by looking at how he has kept the Steelers on track for an unlikely playoff run. It is worth noting that such a buzz is Sean McDermott, who is on the verge of winning 10 and legally pushing the Patriots to the AFC East rankings. These teams are there in Week 15 thanks to their defenses, and statistically speaking, the Buffalo unit was slightly better. The QB themes will cover Pittsburgh and Josh Allen will make another impressive appearance in front of a television audience. This Buffalo has the best rush offense will help, too. Option: 23 accounts, Steelers 20.
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What channel is Sunday football?
- TV channel (national): NBC
- TV Channel (Pittsburgh): WPXI
- TV channel (Buffalo): WGRZ
- Live broadcast: fuboTV
As with all “Sunday Night Football” games for NBC this season, Al Michaels will be calling the Steelers vs. Energy action. Bill Bets, while Cris Collinsworth will give an analysis. Michele Tafoya will be sidelined and NFL analyst Terry McAulay will explain the penalties and other dietary decisions throughout the game.
For those who can’t watch Steelers versus TV bills and want to find the game on the radio, Buffalo can be heard on Sirius 81 and XM 225, and Pittsburgh can be heard on Sirius 83 and Channel XM 226.
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Sunday Fridays Football Program 2019
All “Sunday Night Football” games start at 8:20 pm ET.
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