Pittsburgh Steelers vs Buffalo Bills final scores, updates and results: Kick off time, TV Channel, Odds, Point Spread, Prediction and Preview

How to watch the Steelers vs Bills? The Buffalo Bills host the Pittsburgh Steelers in one of the NFL Preseason Games Week 3 on Saturday, August 29, kick off time at 4:00 PM ET at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Green Bay Packers, 24-19, in Week 2 of the NFL Preseason. Landry Jones completed 10 of 19 passes for 172 yards and two touchdowns against one interception while starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger completed 11 of 14 passes for 100 yards and a touchdown. In the receiving end, Tyler Murphy had 61 yards and one touchdown in four receptions while Sammie Coates added 60 yards in two receptions. On the ground, DeAngelo Williams had 20 yards in four attempts while Le’Veon Bell added 16 yards in six attempts.

Last season, the Pittsburgh Steelers averaged 301.6 yards in passing and 109.5 yards in rushing. Defensively, the Steelers yielded 253.1 yards in passing and 100.3 yards in rushing.

The Buffalo Bills pulled off a 11-10 squeaker over the Cleveland Browns in Week 2. EJ Manuel completed 9 of 14 passes for 111 yards and a touchdown. Tyrod Taylor added 65 yards in 7 of 10 passes. Taylor also led in rushing with 41 yards in four attempts. In the receiving end, Chris Gragg had 56 yards in three receptions while Deonte Thomson added 56 yards in two catches.

Last season, the Bills averaged 225.9 yards in passing and 92.6 yards in rushing. Defensively, the Bills yielded 205.8 in passing and 106.4 in rushing.

Steelers vs Bills Game Info:

Date: August 29
Kick off time: 4:00 PM ET
Steelers vs Bills Odds and Point Spread: 42.5 O/U, -2.5 Buffalo
TV Schedule: NFL Network
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass
Prediction: Buffalo wins and covers the spread.

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