The Buffalo Bills secured a 31-17 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, securing their place in the Divisional Round.

A postseason record was established by the quarterback, Josh Allen, who scored a touchdown on the ground from 52 yards out.

The Bills defense maintained an average gain of eight yards per play, resulting in a well-executed pass to Dawson Knox.

The Bills defense managed to compel three consecutive unsuccessful offensive possessions, known as three-and-outs.

The Steelers managed to gain possession of the ball twice through turnovers, with Terrel Bernard intercepting Rudolph in the end zone.

 The Bills capitalized on Elam's impressive performance with a remarkable rushing touchdown, giving them a 21-0 lead.

The Steelers scored a point on their seventh offensive possession, with Rudolph connecting with Diontae Johnson for a 10-yard touchdown pass.

The Bills defense, plagued by injuries, decelerated in the second half, with Terrel Bernard leaving the game and underwent ankle X-rays.