The Pittsburgh Steelers have a tough road ahead of them in their quest to make it back to the NFL Playoffs next season. These are the 5 toughest games standing between the 2015 Steelers and a postseason berth.
5. Indianapolis Colts (December 6th)
Unless it gets flexed out by NBC, this Sunday Night Football matchup could be a high-octane playoff preview of epic proportions. Ben Roethlisberger and Andrew Luck slinging darts in prime time? It's be tough but it'll be fun.
4. @ Kansas City Chiefs (October 25th)
Arrowhead remains one of the most intimidating venues in all of the NFL thanks to a crowd whose lungs and feet can approximate a jet hanger near takeoff. This Chiefs team has a lot to prove in 2015, and the team's revamped wide receiving corps makes them a very tricky road challenge.
3. @ Baltimore Ravens (December 27th)
You can substitute this game for the team's road contest against 2014's third AFC North playoff entrant, the Cincinnati Bengals. However, this late-season road clash in hostile territory seems destined to have major division championship implications written all over it.
2. Denver Broncos (December 20th)
Going up against a determined Peyton Manning at any time during his likely NFL swansong is a recipe for an offensive fireworks display. Some critics have been quick to write off the Broncos after a coaching change and relatively tumultuous offseason. Some critics are off the mark.
1. @ Seattle Seahawks (November 29th)
The defending NFC champions have lost just two games in front of the 12th Man over the last two years. Two! If the aforementioned Arrowhead replicates a jet hanger, CenturyLink is like a 67,000-person drumline in the middle of an earthquake. Not to mention, the team's loaded with top-level talent seemingly everywhere on the roster...so there's that.
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