Steelers in the playoffs
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (84) reaches the ball across the goaline for a touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens in Pittsburgh Dec. 25. (AP Photo/Fred Vuich)After three quarters of the walking dead, the Pittsburgh Steelers finally came alive in the fourth quarter against arch rivals the Baltimore Ravens, scoring three touchdowns for a 31-27 victory that clinched the AFC North title with a 10-5 record.This weekend they will wrap-up the regular season against the winless, no, sorry they won one, Cleveland Browns (1-14) who upset the San Diego Chargers last week 20-17 for their first win of the season. Even though the Browns have played most teams tough they still had not been able to attain the “W” until last week.Right now, the New England Patriots (13-2), AFC East champs, are the first seed; the Oakland Raiders (12-3), AFC West champs, are second; the Pittsburgh Steelers are third; and the Houston Texans (9-6), AFC South champs, are fourth. The wildcards are the Kansas City Chiefs (11-4) and the Miami Dolphins (10-5), with one game left.Who will be at quarterback for the Browns is not clear. If Robert Griffin III is cleared by the doctors to play, he will start, but if not, rookie Cody Kessler will start with Josh McCown probably backing him up.