For hardcore football fans, there's no better time than the present. This weekend, millions of folks planted themselves in front of the television for a jam-packed slate of games on Super Wild Card weekend. This began with the Browns-Texans and Dolphins-Chiefs games yesterday and will continue through the Eagles-Bucaneers game on Monday Night.
Now it's time for our team to take center stage for the biggest sports tournament in the United States. Today, the Pittsburgh Steelers will be on the road in Buffalo to face the No. 2 seed Bills for a bone-chilling AFC Playoff matchup (quite literally). The weather could play a big factor in this contest. Here's everything you need to know about today's Wild Card Playoff game.
What time is the Steelers vs. Bills game today?
The Steelers vs. Bills game has a scheduled kickoff for 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time today. Pre-game coverage begins beforehand. Fans can catch this game nationally on their CBS station. Those looking to stream today's playoff contest can do so with a subscription to FuboTV, Paramount+, NFL+, or YouTube TV.
NOTE: This game was originally scheduled to be played on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. ET, but extreme weather conditions in Buffalo caused this Wild Card matchup to be postponed.
What is the weather forecast for today's Steelers vs. Bills game?
The forecast in Buffalo this afternoon is calling for less than one inch of snow and winds of 12 miles per hour, per Weather.com. The high for today is just 19 degrees Fahrenheit, but the temperature at kickoff could drop to 15 degrees this evening with the 'real feel' much colder.
There was talk of moving this game to Cleveland in an effort to escape the brutal weather conditions had a State of Emergency been issued. Instead, this will remain a local game in Buffalo for the Bills this week. The bitter-cold weather could play a factor, as it has the potential to impact the efficiency of the passing game this afternoon.
Steelers vs. Bills odds
The Steelers opened the week as 9.5-point underdogs for their Wild Card game against the Bills, courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook. This line was quickly bet up to 10 points before setting back in at +9.5 for Pittsburgh. The Steelers have a moneyline of +380 and the over/under game has dropped and risen again to 38.5 ahead of today's kickoff.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.