The Bills play their first Sunday night game since 2007 in this battle of teams that currently hold the two wild card spots in the AFC. Pittsburgh is 3-0 with Delvin Hodges as the starting quarterback, and Buffalo had a three-game winning streak snapped in a game effort against AFC-leading Baltimore on Sunday. Despite winning eight out of their last 10 games, Pittsburgh is having trouble putting points on the board. Their 23 points in a win at Arizona last week was their highest point total since Week 9, and they have yet to score over 27 this year. This is welcome news for a Bills defense that’s allowing 16.3 points per game, which is the second-best defensive mark in the league. Buffalo’s offense hasn’t been much better. They are averaging 21.1 points per game but have been doing better lately. Last week’s 17-point output broke a three-game streak of scoring 20 points or more. It may not be much of a surprise given Pittsburgh’s success this century and Buffalo’s futility, but the Steelers are 6-0 against the Bills since 2000, and it goes further than that in the Steel City – the Bills’ last win in Pittsburgh took place in 1975. Buffalo has been great on the road this year, however, going 5-1 straight up and 6-0 against the spread.