Buffalo Bills beat Pittsburgh Steelers 31-17 in Super Wild Card matchup

The win would set the Buffalo Bills up against the Kansas City Chiefs in the divisional round

The game, played in snowy conditions at Highmark Stadium, saw fans celebrating each Buffalo touchdown by tossing snow into the air.

Quarterback Josh Allen performed well in the game, including a record-breaking 52-yard rushing touchdown.

Allen completed 21 of 30 passes for 203 yards and three touchdowns, while also rushing for 74 yards and another score.

The Bills took an early lead as Allen connected with Dawson Knox for a touchdown. The defense played a pivotal role, forcing three three-and-outs and securing two takeaways.

Taron Johnson's forced fumble, recovered by Terrel Bernard, set up a 29-yard touchdown pass from Allen to Dalton Kincaid.

Despite a controversial ruling on a potential fumble by Pittsburgh's Pat Freiermuth, the Bills maintained control.

Cornerback Kaiir Elam intercepted Steelers' quarterback Mason Rudolph in the end zone, thwarting a promising drive.

Allen capitalized on Elam's interception with a remarkable rushing touchdown, extending the Bills' lead to 21-0.

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