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There's a lot going on in Week 14's Sunday Night Football matchup between the Steelers and the Bills.

The Steelers (11-1) have lost their first defeat of the season, a 23-17 defeat against Washington Football Team. They've already taken a post-season berth but don't want that loss to lead to a downward spiral before the playoffs. It will be difficult to avoid this on Sunday, however, as the defense scored some big hits. Linebackers Bud Dupree and Devin Bush are out for the season and Bush's replacement Robert Spillane is also unavailable this week. Pittsburgh is also still fighting for first place in the AFC and a goodbye in the first round in the playoffs. If the Steelers win, they'll hold the tiebreaker over the Chiefs with an unbeaten record against conference opponents.

It doesn't get any easier to face Josh Allen and the AFC East-Leading Bills (9-3). Allen put in another great performance against the 49ers in week 13, throwing 375 yards and four touchdowns. With a win, Buffalo would only play one game behind Pittsburgh to reach number 2 in the AFC.

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Steelers vs. Bill's Live Updates, Highlights from & # 39; Sunday Night Football & # 39;

(All times east)

9:29 p.m. – prick bills. Everyone was under all pressure. Fumbled it down first, but Buffalo was able to recover to prevent another costly turnover. Pittsburgh takes over at its 27-yard line, 6:37 stays in the half.

9:23 p.m. – TOUCHDOWN, STAHLER. Roethlisberger uses the turnover with a 19-yard strike against James Washington in the end zone. Pittsburgh leads 7-0 and 8:21 in the first half.

9:20 p.m. – Interception? FUMBLE? SALES! – – Everyone throws it to Dawson Knox, who appears to have caught it, but went off and tossed it into the air. Cam Sutton grabs it for sales and Pittsburgh takes over the Buffalo 30-yard line, 9:36 left in the second quarter.

9:14 p.m. – Steeler's boat. This time a couple of first defeats for Pittsburgh, but still no points. Bills take over at their 9-yard line, 11:44 remain in the first half.

9:08 p.m. – prick bills. It looked like Allen fumbled before he left the pass. It's an imperfection, however, with Steelers getting the ball at their 20-yard line 14:14 in the second quarter.

9:02 p.m. – END OF 1Q: Bills 0, Steelers 0. Buffalo has it, third and tenth on its 26-yard line to start the second quarter.

8:57 pm – – Steeler's boat. Drink. That's six punts and an interception to start the game for both offenses. Bills get the ball back at their 14 yard line, 2:12 left in the first quarter.

8:50 p.m. – billing. Three more and out for Buffalo. So far, slow play, Steelers got the ball back on their 23-yard line with 6:15 in the first quarter.

8:46 p.m. – Steeler's boat. Well, that didn't take long. Another three and for Pittsburgh and the Bills out getting it back at their 32-yard line, 7:44 left to play in the first quarter.

8:43 p.m. – Interception. Josh Allen tosses it up under pressure from Cam Heyward and Mike Hilton comes up with the easy choice. Pittsburgh takes over at its 27-yard line 9:22 in the first quarter.

8:35 p.m. – Steeler's boat. Pittsburgh is finally getting its first defeat, but not much more. Bills get the ball back at their 31-yard line, 10:30 left in the first quarter.

8:29 p.m. – prick bills. Three and out for Buffalo to start too. Steelers get it back at their 14-yard line at 12:43 pm in the first quarter.

8:26 p.m. – Steeler's boat. Three and out for Pittsburgh to start the game. Bills take over at their 33 yard line, leaving 2:01 p.m. in the first quarter.

8:20 p.m. – Bills win the throw. You will procrastinate and Pittsburgh gets the ball to start the game.

Steelers vs. Bills

All Sunday Night Football games in 2020 have the same start time of 8:20 pm. ET. There are Sunday night games for every week of the season except week 17, although the NFL has the option of including a game in an "SNF" week 17 window.

"Sunday Night Football" schedule 2020

week 1
September 10th (Thursday)
Kansas City Chiefs versus Houston Texans

13.september
Los Angeles Rams versus Dallas Cowboys
Week 2
September 20th
Seattle Seahawks versus New England Patriots
Week 3
September 27th
New Orleans Saints versus Green Bay Packers
Week 4
4th of October
San Francisco 49ers versus Philadelphia Eagles
Week 5
October 11th
Seattle Seahawks versus Minnesota Vikings
Week 6
October 18
San Francisco 49ers versus Los Angeles Rams
Week 7
October 25
Seattle Seahawks versus Arizona Cardinals
Week 8
1st of November
Philadelphia Eagles versus Dallas Cowboys
Week 9
November 8th
Tampa Bay Buccaneers versus New Orleans Saints
Week 10
15th of November
New England Patriots versus Baltimore Ravens
Week 11
22nd of November
Las Vegas Raiders versus Kansas City Chiefs
Week 12
November 29th
Green Bay Packers versus Chicago Bears
Week 13
6th of December
Kansas City Chiefs versus Denver Broncos
Week 14
13th December
Buffalo Bills versus Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 15
20th of December
Dallas Cowboys versus San Francisco 49ers
Week 16
December 27th
Green Bay Packers versus Tennessee Titans
Week 17
January 3rd
TBD