PITTSBURGH (AP) - The Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers wrap up a spirited week when they face off on Saturday night at Heinz Field.
The two teams practiced together on Wednesday and Thursday, with both sides saying they benefited from the experience.
Buffalo quarterback EJ Manuel says it's important for the Bills (1-1) to get some production out of the first team offense. Buffalo's starters have managed just two field goals on three drives inside the opponent's 20 so far.
The Steelers (0-1) expect to play the first string more extensively and rookie linebacker Ryan Shazier could make his preseason debut after missing last week's opener with a knee injury.
Pittsburgh is searching for its first exhibition win in nearly two years.

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