Answers to the five questions after the Steelers loss to the Bills

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PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA – DECEMBER 15: Devlin Hodges #6 of the Pittsburgh Steelers looks to pass as he is pressured by Star Lotulelei #98 of the Buffalo Bills during the first half in the game at Heinz Field on December 15, 2019 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images)

Will the Steelers offense be able to score enough on the Bills’ defense?

The answer to this question is no. The Black & Gold only scored ten points in their loss to the Bills. The biggest problem was the turnovers. As I mentioned before, Devlin Hodges threw four interceptions. You can’t win games turning the ball over that much.

It seems like the Steelers were trying to force points with their offensive attack. The strong Bills’ secondary was ready for that and to take advantage of the young quarterback.

The Steelers were also unable to run the ball on the Bills. According to Pro Football Reference, James Conner rushed the ball eight times for 42 yards. The Black & Gold expect better from their bell cow.

Which of the Edmunds brothers is the best?

As you probably know, all three Edmunds brothers played in the Bills-Steelers Sunday Night Showdown. Tremaine Edmunds got the best of his two brothers with a win.

According to Pro Football Reference, Tremaine Edmunds had six solo tackles and two assists and a pass defended. That is a decent game for the second-year linebacker.

Trey and Terrell Edmunds both lost and so they are not the winner of this question. Trey Edmunds was just a special teams player with no carries and Terrell Edmunds did not create any turnovers. He ended the day with ten solo tackles though according to Pro Football Reference.

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