Willie Parker rushed for 126 yards on 23 carries with a touchdown, and the Pittsburgh Steelers won their home opener under new head coach Mike Tomlin in dominating fashion, 26-3, over the Buffalo Bills. Ben Roethlisberger went 21-for-34 for 242 yards with a touchdown and an interception, and Nate Washington had three catches for 60 yards for the Steelers (2-0). Hines Ward added 55 yards on five catches for the Steelers, who settled for four Jeff Reed field goals in the first half before pulling away in the second, thanks to a TD catch by Matt Spaeth and Parkers score. J.P. Losman completed 15-of-25 passes for 154 yards for the Bills (0-2), who struggled offensively. Marshawn Lynch was held to 64 yards on 18 carries, and Roscoe Parrish had six catches for 56 yards for a heavy-hearted Buffalo team, which played for the first time since the tragic spinal injury to tight end Kevin Everett last week. The Bills offense set the tone early with just one first down in the first half. The offense did nothing early on. While the Steelers on offense owned the Bills on 3rd down conversions. Buffalo was five of 13. The Steelers finished 11 for 16. An emotional week for the Bills ended with a flat loss. "Every quarterback is going to want to open it up and when you dont and youre not winning games... Hey, lets give it a shot, lets do this," J.P. Losman said. "I feel that Im experienced enough. I feel that Ive got the tools to get it done. And we just got to get it called from that standpoint and then, like I said we have to execute it too." Lee Evans added, "Number one, (were) just pretty inconsistent. And two, we probably need to take a few more chances earlier in the game. We had some opportunities that... its kind of tight, but youve got to take a chance. You gotta sometimes just take a chance and see what happens."