Here’s who’s out for the Steelers:
– QB Mitch Trubisky (3rd QB)
– CB Darius Rush
– S Elijah Riley
– LB Blake Martinez
– T Dylan Cook
– LB T.J. Watt
– DE DeMarvin Leal
JAN 10 DEONTE HARTY WINNS AFC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK Deonte Harty’s amazing punt return now has an award to back it up.
Harty was named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for the first time in his career after returning a 96-yard punt for a touchdown in the Buffalo Bills’ 21-14 victory over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium. Buffalo won the AFC East for the fourth consecutive season and earned the No. 2 seed in the playoffs.
Harty’s punt return of 96 yards was the longest in franchise history. With 14:02 left in the fourth quarter and Buffalo behind 14-7, Harty fielded the punt near his end zone, found a seam, and went 96 yards to tie the score.
In the AFC Playoffs Wild Card round, Buffalo will face the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET at Highmark Stadium.
On January 3, Tyreek Hill House caught fire. Tyreek Hill’s house caught fire during practice on Wednesday.
Hill’s family managed to leave the house and is safe, according to the Dolphins. Hill left practice early and later arrived at his home in a walking boot.
The Bills play the Dolphins in a battle for the AFC East title on Sunday at 8:20 p.m. ET at Hard Rock Stadium.
JAN 3 RASUL DOUGLAS HONORED Buffalo Bills cornerback Rasul Douglas is garnering attention from the league.
The NFL announced Wednesday that Douglas was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week for Week 17.
Douglas recorded his third multi-interception game of his career (second this season) against the New England Patriots, including one for a touchdown.
DEC 29 BILLS FRIDAY REPORT The Buffalo Bills have revealed their Friday injury report and listed four players questionable for Sunday’s meeting with the New England Patriots at Highmark Stadium.
The Bills are listing defensive end A.J. Epenesa (rib), safety Damar Hamlin (shoulder), defensive tackle DaQuan Jones (pec), and receiver Justin Shorter (hamstring) as questionable.
DEC 27 SANTA JOSH! It’s customary for players to give their game-worn gear to fans who are still in the stands after the game, especially after a win.
That was the case last Saturday for a young fan at SoFi Stadium, who was hoping for Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen’s hat. However, Allen gave his hat to another young fan next to him, prompting some disappointment … until the next morning.
Allen was able to contact the kid he missed, apologizing for not giving him gear and promising to send him something in return.
Here’s a clip of the exchange …
Allen and the Bills hope to give their fans another late Christmas gift … a playoff berth, which they could clinch on Sunday with a win against the New England Patriots. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET.
DEC 23 BILLS VS CHARGERS INACTIVES The Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Chargers have revealed their inactives list ahead of Saturday’s matchup at SoFi Stadium.
Both teams already ruled out key players earlier in the week.
Here’s who’s out for the Bills:
– S Micah Hyde
– RB Ty Johnson
– DE A.J. Epenesa
– OL Germain Ifedi
– OL Alec Anderson
Here’s who’s out for the Chargers:
– QB Max Duggan
– WR Keenan Allen
– S JT Woods
– DB Deane Leonard
– TE Donald Parham Jr.
DEC 17 BILLS SCORE The Buffalo Bills are on the board first against the Dallas Cowboys at Highmark Stadium on Sunday.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen and running back James Cook led Buffalo on an impressive 12-play, 75-yard opening touchdown drive that ended with a two-yard touchdown from Latavius Murray to build a 7-0 lead.
Allen found Stefon Diggs for a pair of completions while Cook had five carries for 34 yards.