Bills to open season at home against Steelers

Bills to open season at home against Steelers

NEW YORK — The Buffalo Bills are opening the season with a three-game road trip in their first three games.

The team opens at home on Sept. 1 against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first of a two-game homestand.

The Bills open the season against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sept 1 at 6:25 p.m.

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The trip is part of a three week stretch in which the Bills play seven games in four days.

The Buffalo Bills open their season vs. Pittsburgh, Sept. 12 at 4:05 p.c.

The road trip is set to end on Sept 13 against the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Bills open a two game homestare with a home game vs. the Oakland Raiders on Sept 15 at 1 p.e.

The game against the Raiders is the first meeting of the season between the two teams.

The two teams have met only three times since the start of the 2010 season.

Buffalo Bills head coach Doug Marrone talks to reporters after the team’s game against New Orleans on Oct. 16, 2016, at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

The first game of the trip is the Bills’ first of the year against a team that has played just three of the last eight games against the Bills.

Buffets quarterback Tyrod Taylor threw for 227 yards and two touchdowns and the Bills held New Orleans to only two completions.

The second game of Buffalo’s home schedule is against the New York Giants on Sept 18.

The game will be the Bills first at home since Oct. 30, 2010 when the team played the New Orleans Saints.

Buffett and the Buffalo Bills face the Philadelphia Eagles at Lambeau Field on Oct 9.

The first game is the Eagles first game at home this season.

The home game against Philadelphia will be in the season finale, a game the Bills will likely not win.