The Buffalo Bills pounded the Pittsburgh Steelers 38-3 Sunday. The Bills scored a 98-yard touchdown on the game’s third play, and Buffalo never trailed in the game. It was the worst loss in head coach Mike Tomlin’s career with the Steelers. Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen threw for 424 yards in the game, including 348 in the opening half, as the Bills jumped out to a 31-3 lead by halftime. Rookie Kenny Pickett threw for 327 yards in his first game as a starter.
The 1-4 Steelers host Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this Sunday. The Bucs defeated Atlanta 21-15 yesterday.
In the AFC North Sunday, The Los Angeles Chargers defeated the Cleveland Browns 30-28. The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 19-17.
The Philadelphia Eagles remained unbeaten following a 20-17 win over the Arizona Cardinals.
Tonight in Monday Night Football: the Kansas City Chiefs host the Las Vegas Raiders. Kick-off is 8:15pm.