The Pittsburgh Steelers were the only losing team to go into the 13th week, however Washington football team Put an end to any dreams of a perfect season. The road to the Steelers, who were playing their third game in 12 days, got no easier as they traveled to play red-hot for the buffalo Bills In Sunday Night Football.
After losing the opening coin toss, Bills opted to defer their possessions early in the second half, and Ben Rothlisberger and company would start playing football. After Ray-Ray McLeod made the questionable decision to get out of the final zone in the football kickoff, the Steelers’ drive lasted only three plays before being thrown to the buffalo.
Josh Allen and Bill’s initial offensive movement didn’t last much longer than Pittsburgh, and Rothlisberger and the offense landed on the field before you knew it. After the First Town reception, Dionte Johnson continues to wipe the drops. Not even in the middle of the first quarter, Johnson already had two, and the latter resulted in another Jordan Berry Bundle.
It was the Steelers pass rush that began to affect the game after Alan Cole hit Beasley below the Bills first. After DJ Watt first went down to a good pass defense, Cam Hayward just hit Allen’s hand, and Mike Hilton interrupted when he threw.
After the Steelers failed to turn the interception into the first fall, the offense of the bill continued to fight and matched the Steelers’ offensive inefficiency with their three and out.
As both offenses battled, the score ended 0-0 in the first quarter with the Bills ball.