Bills can’t keep pace in loss to Steelers

In a do or die situation the Buffalo Bills were unable to put together the kind of performance needed to remain a part of the AFC playoff race. Despite two first half interceptions of Ben Roethlisberger, the Bills trailed 14-0 early and never recovered in a 27-20 loss to the Steelers.

Pittsburgh RB Le’Veon Bell rushed for 236 yards, the most ever by a back against Buffalo in team history as Bell had 298 all-purpose yards.

The loss dropped the Bills to 6-7 on the season and effectively ends Buffalo’s playoff hopes. Full recap & stats at BuffaloBills.com

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Rex Ryan and Doug Whaley? If one goes, they should both go (Democrat & Chronicle)
Pitoniak: Big changes loom as the Bills’ playoff hopes are dashed again (WROC)
Tyrod Taylor may not have done enough to keep Bills’ QB job (Democrat & Chronicle)
Bills disappointed only in themselves (BuffaloBills.com)
What they’re saying: Bills contemplate what’s next after loss to Pittsburgh (BuffaloBills.com)
Bills pounded into ground by Bell, Steelers in 27-20 loss (Democrat & Chronicle)
Bills report card: Rex Ryan’s defense snowballs into disaster (Democrat & Chronicle)
Bell tolls 3 times for Steelers win 27-20 over Buffalo Bills (WHEC)
Bills dominated by Steelers in the snow (WROC)
Rubber pellets delay second half of Bills game (WROC)

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