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Final: Bills 17 Steelers 10



4th Quarter

0:00 Buffalo wins the game, 17-10.

0:06 Devlin Hodges throws an interception in the end zone to Levi Wallace.

2:00 Jordan Poyer intercepts Devlin Hodges in the end zone on fourth down. The Bills take over at their own 20.

7:55 Josh Allen throws a 14-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Kroft. Buffalo takes a 17-10 lead.

12:28 Stephen Hauschka successfully kicks a 36-yard field goal. The game is now tied at 10.

3rd Quarter

1:34 Devlin Hodges gets intercepted by White, marking the second pick by White tonight. White returns the pick 47 yards to the Pittsburgh 18.

9:10 T.J. Watt forces Devin Singletary’s fumble that was then recovered by Mike Hilton. The Steelers take over following the turnover at their own 25.

11:18 Devlin Hodges throws an 11-yard touchdown pass to James Conner. Pittsburgh takes a 10-7 lead after the extra point.


2nd Quarter

2:47 Steven Nelson intercepts Josh Allen and then runs 33 yards on the return. The Steelers start their drive on the Buffalo 20.

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11:31 Chris Boswell converts a 49-yard field goal. The Steelers cut the Bills lead to 7-3.

14:22 Josh Allen finishes the drive for the Bills with a 1-yard touchdown run. Buffalo takes a 7-0 lead after the extra point.

1st Quarter

2:42 Josh Allen loses the ball while running, but his knee is ruled down before he lost possession.

9:45 Devlin Hodges throws an interception on a 3rd and 15 pass attempt to James Washington. Tre’Davious White with the pick for Buffalo. The Bills take over at their own 20.


Buffalo Bills at Pittsburgh Steelers
Sunday, Dec. 15, 2019, 8:20 p.m.
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh

TV: NBC, WPXI-TV locally. Al Michaels, Chris Collinsworth.

Radio: Steelers Radio Network (102.5 WDVE-FM). Bill Hillgrove, Tunch Ilkin and Craig Wolfley.

Line: Steelers -1, total 37.

Steelers Now coverage: Alan Saunders, Mike Asti and Ed Thompson


STEELERS: WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (left knee), TE Vance McDonald (concussion), QB Paxton Lynch, CB Artie Burns, OLB Tuzar Skipper, OT Chukwuma Okorafor, DE Isaiah Buggs

BILLS: OT Ty Nsekhe (ankle), DT Corey Liuget (ankle), RB T.J. Yeldon, SS Dean Marlowe, OG Ike Boettger, WR Duke Williams, TE Tommy Sweeney.



OUT: Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (left knee), TE Vance McDonald (concussion protocol); Bills OT Ty Nsekhe (ankle).

QUESTIONABLE: Steelers RB James Conner (AC joint); Bills OG Jon Feliciano (illness), Bills DT Corey Liuget (knee).


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Mike Asti is an experienced media personality and journalist with a vast résumé and skillset, most notably with TribLIVE Radio, WPXI and 93.7 The Fan. Asti manages both Steelers Now and Pittsburgh Sports Live, as well as, contributing to WVSportsNow and West Virginia's Metro News.


Steelers Coaches Return to Team Facility



With the NFL announcing that coaching staffs can return to team facilities, the Steelers wasted no time getting back to work.

Steelers coaches, including head coach Mike Tomlin, returned to the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex on Friday morning.

With Pennsylvania switching over to the “Green Phase” of its COVID-19 reopening plan Friday, the Steelers were one of the organization permitted to welcome back their staffs, but only if they adhere to local and state guidelines.

The team shared a few photos of Tomlin entering the facility, including an image of the 14-year head coach getting his temperature taken in the lobby. Daily checks are clearly part of the league’s protocols with regards to reopening.

To this point, the bulk of the NFL’s offseason has been conducted remotely, including the Draft and free agency.

Tomlin is most likely excited to return to some sense of normalcy. He discussed how challenging the adjustment had been on a conference call last month.

“We face a lot of challenges, my mentality, and the group mentality is going to be they are challenges that everyone faces,” said Tomlin. “From that standpoint it’s going to be fair and the playing field is going to be level. We have to be light on our feet. There is going to be a period of adjustment from a scheduling standpoint as we gain our footing in terms of logistics of what day-to-day looks like and things of that nature.”

“The entire National Football League will be going through it and I just think if we perform relatively better than others, we put ourselves in position to be that team at the end of the journey. That is always our mentality regarding the start of a season.”

The only team employees that had previously been allowed in facilities were athletic trainers and rehabbing players.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has not yet announced when all player will be permitted to return, but did note in his memo to clubs Thursday that the league is first attempting to finalize their COVID-19 testing program.

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NFL Announces Coaches can Return to Team Facilities




NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has announced that coaching staffs may return to team facilities Friday, June 5 in a memo issued to teams Thursday morning.

Staying consistent with their message throughout the reopening process, coaches may return only if clubs have “received necessary permission from state and local governments.”

Clubs were informed last week that coaches will count towards the maximum number of employees permitted in facilities, but the total number allowed will increase from 75 to 100 tomorrow as well.

While Goodell has not yet announced when all players will be cleared to return, he did add that the league is still working “with clubs medical staffs to implement a program of COVID-19 testing” prior to players coming back.

Injured and rehabbing players were some of the first who received the green light to return to team facilities, and have been back for a few weeks now.

Club facilities were initially closed by the league back on March 25 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

While coaches are likely eager to return to their team facilities, they should make themselves comfortable for the long haul.

Goodell’s memo comes a day after multiple reports that the league informed franchises they must conduct training camp from their practice facilities this August.

This would mean the Steelers will be prepping for the season on the South Side, instead of making a 55th-consecutive trip to St. Vincent College in Latrobe.

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Art Rooney II, Steelers Issue Statements on Killing of George Floyd, Protests



Pittsburgh Steelers team president Art Rooney II released a statement Wednesday on the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers and the ensuing protests seen across the nation.

“Over the last week, we have witnessed the anger and frustration in our city and around the country relating to the killing of George Floyd and the recent deaths of African-American men and women. We have also witnessed the good in so many people who have peacefully expressed their concerns.”

“I am proud to hear the voices of many of our players who have spoken out against racism and injustice and called for unity. As an organization, we will continue to listen to our players, coaches, alumni and leaders in our community and work together to bring awareness and change in the effort to create a more fair and equal community.”

A number of prominent Steelers players also shared statements and comments regarding Floyd’s death and the nationwide protests, including Cam Heyward, Ben Roethlisberger, James Conner, Vince Williams, JuJu Smith-Schuster and T.J. Watt.

Defensive end Cam Heyward:

“A friend, a brother, a father, a son, just someone you meet, these are different ways people might know George Floyd. To know that the color of my skin could be at the discretion of someone who is supposed to protect is truly disheartening. I’m praying for the Floyd family.”

“To know a brother, a friend or someone I care about could be gone due to this just hurts. It’s not acceptable. Thank you for the people who do serve the right way and continue to protect our freedoms. I wish all held up his end and cared for all.”

“We all have people we care about and the fact that we can’t believe in everyone who is in the position of power to keep all safe angers me and tears me up. Change must happen. Our children are inheriting a world that is not improving. Life should be precious.”

“I still can’t find my words to make sense of it all. Too many have died, and not enough has changed.”

Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger:

“The cruelty and injustice must stop, racism must end, and love must find a way to prevail. We are all children of God, equal in his eyes, and must hold one another accountable to fair and just standards.”

Running back James Conner:

“If we keep showing hate and violence, we will continue to have hate and violence. If we keep showing peace and love, we will have peace and love. I’ve retweeted disturbing and negative videos to HOPE they understand, but I will only be posting love from here on out. We know what’s been done and know it’s wrong.

“Make the Twitter timeline full of positivity. Like I said, I’ve been guilty of retweeting negative content, but that’s not it. They want the sickening and shameless videos at 100,000+ retweets to keep us divided. Make unity and togetherness the only content we see.”

Inside linebacker Vince Williams:

“Send me the GoFundMe of businesses that have been destroyed by the riots. I’ve done independent searches, but hopefully this helps me to be more thorough.”

Wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster:

“Our country is in pain right now, and coming together is the only way to heal each other. No more injustice!”

Outside linebacker T.J. Watt:

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