The countdown is on for the start of the 2021 Buffalo Bills regular-season home opener, which is just five days away.

The Pittsburgh Steelers will be in Orchard Park to play the Buffalo Bills at 1 pm this Sunday at Highmark Stadium.

The game will mark the first time in almost two years that Highmark Stadium will be at full capacity and considering the Bills are one of the best teams in the NFL and the fact that fans haven't been in Highmark Stadium at full capacity in so long, it will be one of the best season openers ever. In fact, you could argue it WILL be the most electric home opener.

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If you're heading out to the stadium on Sunday, and are wondering what the weather will be like, it's looking great.

WIVB Weather is forecasting mostly sunny skies and a high near 80 degrees for Sunday.

Can you even begin to imagine the atmosphere for the Bills game this Sunday? Sure, it didn't really matter what weather we got for Sunday, that atmosphere was going to be electric, but considering the weather is looking perfect we're talking an unimaginable scene in Orchard Park.

The Bills are dealing with a few injuries, but head coach Sean McDermott said that wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie, defensive tackle Star Lotulelei and cornerback Taron Johnson are all on track to play this Sunday.

I cannot wait for Sunday at 1 pm. That stadium at 1 pm for kickoff will be CRAZY.

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