For 29 minutes into the first 30 minutes of the match, the Steelers dominated the Biles. But then the quarterback Ben Rothlesberger He threw a Pick of Six and Buffalo got things for a 15-26 win Sunday Night Football.
Back corner Taron Johnson He got an interception from Roethlisberger, and brought him 51 yards back to the finish zone for the first touchdown of his career with just 52 seconds into the first half.
Then a wide reception Stephon Digges It got hot in the third quarter. He did six receptions for 83 yards and a period landing, as Buffalo built the 23-7 lead. Diggs finished the game with 10 receptions for 130 yards and touchdowns – which is fine for a new high-arenas career with 1,167.
With his tenth catch, Diggs also became the first player of the year to reach 100 receptions. It is the second time in his career that he scores at least 100.
The Steelers brought the game into possession early in the fourth quarter with a three-yard drop from Roethlisberger to a wide receiver Jojo Smith Shuster, As well as a successful two-point conversion from Roethlisberger to the narrow end Eric Ebron. But later in the fourth, back corner Levi Wallace Roethlisberger objected to stop Pittsburgh treatment.
The Bills team used a 13-game drive that stops at 7:11 to finish the game.
Roethlisberger finished the game 21 of 37 lanes for 187 yards with a pair of touchdowns and interceptions. Smith Shuster was the leading receiver, generating six passes over 55 yards. But Pittsburgh’s running was a problem again, scoring just 47 yards on 17 cart.
Allen finished 24 of 43 passes for 238 yards with two touchdowns and interceptions. He added 28 yards to the ground in six attempts.
With the loss, the Steelers fell from the AFC number one, 11-2. The Chiefs take the position 12-1 after Sunday Beat the dolphins.
At age 10-3, Buffalo is one step closer to snatching their first League title since 1995. Biles will officially clinch the berth in a playoff game if the Ravens lose to Brown on Monday night.