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Bills game at Steelers flexed to Sunday Night Football in Week 15

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NFL: Pittsburgh Steelers at Buffalo BillsKevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

The Bills are back in prime time!

After more than a decade, the Buffalo Bills are returning to NBC’s Sunday Night Football.

It was announced during the second quarter of the Houston Texans vs. New England Patriots game that Buffalo’s Week 15 showdown with Pittsburgh has been flexed. Buffalo’s dominating performance over the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving coupled with Pittsburgh’s win over Cleveland made this too tempting of a game for NBC to pass up.

Originally the game was scheduled to kickoff at 1 PM Eastern. Now, the kickoff will be at 8:20 PM, following Football Night in America. The game that was in the time slot was the Minnesota Vikings vs Los Angeles Chargers, which has been moved to the late afternoon start.

Reportedly, the Tennessee Titans vs. Houston Texans was also considered.

Buffalo hasn’t appeared on a Sunday Night broadcast since the 2007 season, when they were also flexed into the schedule. The Bills were throttled by the New England Patriots that night, losing by 46 points.

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The Buffalo Bills....










To Fitzpatrick, Levitre, Kelsay, Mcgee, Barnett, Wilson, Jones, Nelson, Rinehart, McIntyre, Merriman, Shepperd, Scott, White, Wanny, and Mr. Chan Gailey...


It was real, it was fun, it just wasn't REAL FUN!






NEWVILLE MUD DAWGS FEVER BABY! We might not be very good right now, but we have infinite heart! Alot like the Bills! ;) HALLA!


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