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We move one day closer to seeing the Buffalo Bills take on the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football. It’s going to be a great game to watch for fans of both teams but there’s one family that has a huge interest in the game.
That would be the Edmunds family as for the first time since 1927, three brothers will be on the field during the same NFL game — according to Elias Sports Bureau via Yahoo Sports.
It’s fitting that this game, which also puts the No. 5 and No. 6 seeds in the AFC against one another, will take place in primetime on Sunday Night Football. That will be quite the storyline.
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"“The Steelers feature two of the Edmunds, with Terrell a second-year starting safety and Trey a backup running back and special teams contributor. The Bills’ defense is anchored by second-year middle linebacker Tremaine Edmunds.”"
Not only did all three of Felicia Edmunds sons make it to the NFL, but they will also all be on the field this Sunday as Tremaine Edmunds will face Trey and Terrell. Their bloodlines are impressive as their mother was a track star and their father was an NFL tight end. This is a talented family that will be well represented on Sunday Night Football.
"“That aspect of the Bills in 2019 is an appealing and intriguing part of the picture: This is a good season, is it also the beginning of something lasting?”"
Schopp says that the current success of the team is keeping people from asking if this is sustainable. Surely, it feels as though it is since this roster is rather young and they’re building around players such as Josh Allen, Ed Oliver, and Tre’Davious White. But, only time will tell if that’s true.
"“And as mentioned, it’s not going to be easy by any stretch against the likes of TJ Watt, Bud Depree and the rest of the Steelers’ strong front-seven.”"
The Steelers are going to be a problem. Their edge rushers are as talented as they come and the Bills struggled against Baltimore. They know they need to be better in this one to keep their quarterback clean.
The aforementioned edge rushers for Pittsburgh — primarily T.J. Watt — need to be taken care of In this game. The matchup with Watt is one of the three key battles Buffalo needs to win to come out on top.