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Buffalo Rumblinks, 1/14: Bills/Steelers Wild Card clash moved to Monday

Plus, key story lines and positional matchups to watch as the Bills host the Steelers in a Wild Card game

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A dangerous lake-effect winter storm forced the Buffalo Bills’ (11-6) Super Wild Card Weekend clash vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers (10-7) to be pushed back one day from Sunday at 1 p.m. EST to Monday at 4:30 p.m. EST at Highmark Stadium.

Today’s edition of Buffalo Rumblinks discusses the news that the game was impacted by the storm, previews the showdown, discusses the key matchups to watch and identifies the top stories as the Bills look to win a home playoff game for the fourth straight season.

Mother Nature delays Bills/Steelers playoff game

With a winter storm featuring anywhere between 1-3 feet of snow and winds gusting up to 65 miles per hour leading to blizzard-like conditions, the playoff game between the Bills and the Steelers, originally scheduled for Sunday afternoon, was postponed one day until Monday afternoon.

Previewing the Steelers

Among the key stories to watch as Buffalo takes on the Steelers: what impact will the whipping winds and snow have on both teams; has Buffalo rediscovered its clutch ability heading into the playoffs?; why rookie tight end Dalton Kincaid is a unique weapon for Josh Allen; what Pittsburgh QB Mason Rudolph brings to the Steelers’ offense; how the Bills’ offensive line has exceeded expectations while starting every game; and more!

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