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The last three times the Pittsburgh Steelers have played the Buffalo Bills, the game has been in the Disputed December.
When the 2021 NFL season kicks off, the Steelers will play the Bills at the newly named Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Stadium in Orchard Park, New York.
The game starts at 1pm. Sunday September 12th and will be televised by CBS.
The rest of the Steelers’ 17-game schedule will be revealed at 8pm. Wednesday on the NFL Network.
This is the third straight season that the Steelers will face the Bills, who have won the last two meetings, including a 26:15 win at Buffalo last year.
The Steelers have had a 4-12 season that ended with a loss to Cleveland in the AFC wildcard round. The Bills won the AFC East by a 13-3 record and lost in the AFC championship game to Kansas City.
Joe Rutter is a contributor to Tribune Review. You can contact Joe by email at [email protected] or on Twitter.
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