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Steelers at Bills 2016

Kickoff: 
Sunday, December 11, 2016 (All day)
Doors open at: 
11 A.M.

The Steelers travel to Buffalo to take on the Bills and those two highly annoying Ryan brothers. Leading the Bills is former Pitt star, running back LeSean McCoy. The Bills are coming off of a very tough 38-24 loss to the top seed Raiders in Oakland. In this game the Bills were actually leading 24-9 but could not hold the lead.

Meanwhile, the Steelers are rolling after their 24-14 win over the Giants in Pittsburgh. The Stillers were led by their improving defense which registered two interceptions against Eli Manning. Add in Le’ Veon Bell’s running, Ladarius Green’s breakout game and a replacement kicker, the Steelers dominated the Giants for the victory.

This week will be a tough road game as both teams are fighting for their playoff spots and surprise! It is supposed to snow in Buffalo. Not quite the rain in Spain but you get the point. So come on out and watch the Steelers close out the season strong!

FLEX GAME

The Steelers close out the season with their final three games against division rivals. The NFL announced that the Steelers will get flexed out of the December 18th game against the Bungles. The game will move from the 7:30 PM time slot to a noon kickoff. In the evening game; it will be the Buccaneers vs. the Cowboys. So mark your calendars.

PENNSYLVANIA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

This weekend the annual state championship games will be held in Hershey Park. Could a future Stiller be on the field this weekend? Here are the matchups by classification:

1A: Clairton vs. Bishop Guilfoyle
2A: Steel Valley vs. Southern Columbia...
3A: Beaver Falls vs. Middletown Area
4A: Erie Cathedral Prep vs. Imhotep Charter School
5A: Archbishop Wood vs. Harrisburg
6A: Pittsburgh Central Catholic vs. St. Joseph’s Prep

Food Drive 2016

The final totals are in and the SFOM raised $4,393 to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank. With our matching funds we have raised a grand total of $12,059 in this year’s food drive proving that Steelers fans are the most generous. For every $5 that we raised Second Harvest provides 15 meals to the community. We have run out of fingers and toes to count so we will let you do the math on that one! Remember, 100% of all money raised ...goes directly to our friends at Second Harvest! Thank you to all of you who participated.

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