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Steelers Week 15 home game vs. Bills moved to night kickoff

Chris Adamski
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Buffalo Bills’ Josh Allen waves a towel motivating fans as he walks off the field with a turkey leg that was presented to him during a post game broadcast interview following their game against the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving.

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ Dec. 15 game against the Buffalo Bills has been flexed to “Sunday Night Football,” it was announced during this week’s NBC primetime broadcast.

Originally scheduled for 1 p.m., the Steelers regular-season home finale will kick off at 8:20 p.m. NBC has rights to switch some late-season games, and after the Los Angeles Chargers fell to 4-8 with a loss Sunday, the change was made.

The Steelers-Bills game will be the Steelers’ third on Sunday night this season and sixth overall in primetime. The Steelers played in Sunday night games in Week 1 at New England and Week 6 at the Chargers. They also hosted Monday night games against Cincinnati and Miami and played at the Cleveland Browns on Thursday, Nov. 14.

The Steelers (7-5) have won six of their past seven games. The Bills (9-3) have won six of eight.


The Steelers play at the Arizona Cardinals next week.

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Chris Adamski is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Chris by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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