The Bills had a rough start in the first half of their game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on offense, but one play changed the entire game.

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With under a minute remaining, Bills cornerback Taron Johnson intercepted Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and took it all the way for a touchdown. That made the game 9-7 and the Bills never looked back.

The Bills beat the Steelers 26-15 for their first win ever on BNC's Sunday Night Football, which started in 2006!

Josh Allen looked sharp in the second half, throwing for two touchdowns -- one to receiver Stefon Diggs and the other to rookie Gabriel Davis.

Diggs caught 10 passes, for now, had tied the Bills all-time lead for most receptions in team history (100), and now has a career-high in receiving yards.

The Steelers were 11-1 and stifled the Bills offense in the first half with a relentless pass rush but give them credit, they hung in there and turned the tides in the third quarter.

The Bills now have a two-game lead over the Miami Dolphins for the AFC East. They're all but guaranteed a playoff spot.

Their next game is Saturday at 4:30 in Denver against the Broncos.

Go Bills!

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