Niagara Gazette

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November 9, 2013

Bills, Steelers seek second half traction

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Niagara Gazette — “We can’t look at the big picture, such as everyone’s record, are we in the playoffs?” Roethlisberger said. “We’re just trying to get one win this week. Who do we have and how good can we play?”

FINISHING STRONG: The Bills and Steelers have both struggled with getting it done in the late going. Buffalo has been in the lead or within a score of the lead in eight of its nine games. The Steelers rallied to tie the Patriots at 24 last week before things got out of hand.

“We just kept playing,” Pittsburgh safety Ryan Clark said. “That’s all you can do, try to go out each week and win that game. This week, we have to be good enough to beat the Buffalo Bills. We don’t have to be good enough to beat the New England Patriots again.”

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