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    The Division is still well within reach

    If you think about it...only really one game out of first if we beat the Bengals.
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    Two games out, five remaining....not bad. I wish we could have mulligans for the Oakland, Minnesota and Tennessee games. Those were some bad losses.

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    That always should be the #1 focus. Win divisions first. Only have to worry about 3 teams versus 12. Funny thing about all this. The Steelers win this week & can take care of the Bengals...we may all be Ravens fans on December 29.

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    Remaining schedules...

    Steelers 3 home, 2 road

    @ Bal
    Miami on a long rest
    Cincy
    @ GB
    Clev

    Cincy 3 home, 2 road

    @ SD coming off a bye
    Indy after cross-country travel
    @ Pitt
    Minny
    Bal

    Not an easy schedule for Cincy, but not one that should scare a team that was supposed to be a SB contender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelBucks View Post
    Two games out, five remaining....not bad. I wish we could have mulligans for the Oakland, Minnesota and Tennessee games. Those were some bad losses.
    Brutal. If the Steelers had won just one of those games, they'd have a much clearer road ahead. As it is now, they have almost no margin of error.

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    Just win Baby.
    If we win the rest i believe we take the division.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelBucks View Post
    Two games out, five remaining....not bad. I wish we could have mulligans for the Oakland, Minnesota and Tennessee games. Those were some bad losses.

    Yep! All are bad losses.
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    If we win 4 out of 5 (84%), our probability of making the playoffs is much greater than if we win 3 out of 5 (27%).
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    Let's just focus on the Ravens. They are favored at home, a proud franchise, defending SB champs and bitter rival. Beating them is what matters this week.

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    I dont believe we can end tied with the Titans either..

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