NFL players love getting extra motivation whenever they're about to play a game and that was the case for the Bills Sunday Night Football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Before the game even started, Steelers number one wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster decided to do a pregame dance on the Bills midfield logo and capture it on video. He also decided to post the dance to TikTok before the game.

Bills players were aware of it before taking the field, including Bills quarterback Josh Allen.

"Let them do all the talking and [censored] dancing. We do all the [censored] work," said Allen.

Bills starting safety Jordan Poyer also noticed the dancing by Smith-Schuster before the game.

"That turns you up a little bit. Gets you a second itch to play with some extra fire, " said Poyer.

The Bills went on to win the game 26-15, after a dominate second half, in which Allen threw two touchdown passes and wide receiver Stefon Diggs caught 10 passes. He now has 100 on the season, which ties a Bills' all-time record (Eric Moulds in 2002).

This was the kind of win the Bills needed. The offense was lagging in the first half with the Steelers defensive line putting pressure on Allen but it was an interception return for a touchdown by cornerback Taron Johnson at the end of the first half that swung the momentum. The Bills made adjustments and took the game over. That's what great teams do.

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