PITTSBURGH — If the Steelers beat the Cleveland Browns on Sunday night in the Wild Card playoff, they will play the Buffalo Bills on Saturday night in prime time in the AFC Divisional Playoff.
The Bills, who beat the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, will host the 8:15 p.m. Saturday night game, and the game will be broadcast on NBC, according to CBS Sports.
If the Steelers win, they will travel to Buffalo. If the Browns win, the Baltimore Ravens will go to Buffalo and the Browns will play at Kansas City.
Either team will have a preparation disadvantage in going to Buffalo, as the Bills will be playing on six day’s rest and either the Steelers or Ravens, who beat the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, on just five.
The Steelers and Bills have met three times in the playoffs, but all three games have been in Pittsburgh, with the Steelers winning in 1974 and 1996 and the Bills winning in 1993.