4 things the Buffalo Bills must do to avoid Wild Card upset against Steelers

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The Buffalo Bills are set to start their playoff run on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers in a game that on paper looks like they should win. The Steelers are going to be without one of the best defensive players in the NFL in T.J. Watt that should change their defense. On the offensive side of the ball, they will have their third string quarterback, Mason Rudolph, under center.

However, this is a well coached team with Mike Tomlin and in his 17 seasons as head coach of the Steelers, he has never had a losing record. It seemed like this was going to be that year but the Steelers would win three straight games to find their way into the playoffs.

Even though the Bills should win this game, they have shown time and again that these type of matchups don't go that way. Just a few weeks ago, the Bills need late scores to secure wins over the Los Angeles Chargers and New England Patriots.

If the Buffalo Bills want to avoid an upset and see their season come to an end, these are four things they must do on Sunday.