5 key takeaways from Buffalo Bills second preseason game

Buffalo Bills v Pittsburgh Steelers
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This second preseason game for the Buffalo Bills was the complete opposite of their first game against the Indianapolis Colts. The Bills traveled to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers in which the expected starters on both sides of the ball were expected to play about a quarter and a half.

From the first opening drive by the Steelers that ended up with a 62 yard rushing touchdown by Jaylen Warren, the Steelers controlled the game from start to finish. Not only did the Steelers manage to take control, but the Bills also heavily struggled on offense in the first half. The Bills ended up losing to the Steelers on the road by a score of 27-15.

With this only being preseason, there is still a little bit of time for the Bills to clean up this performance that they put on. Their third and last preseason game takes place next Saturday, August 26th where they will travel to Chicago to take on the Bears. 

As the Bills look to put this game behind them, here are the five takeaways from their matchup against the Steelers.