Steelers Vs. Broncos, NFL Playoffs 2012: Game Schedule And More

We're two days away from the seeing the AFC Wild Card game on Sunday featuring the Pittsburgh Steelers and Denver Broncos. The Broncos host the Steelers at 4:30 p.m. on CBS this Sunday.

The biggest story line in this game is the same guy who dominated the headlines all year long -- Tim Tebow. How will he fare in his first NFL playoffs game? Will he choke? Will he rise to the occasion. Those are all the questions we're looking to answer this weekend.

The big story line with the Steelers involves the health of a couple of players. Ben Roethlisberger has an ankle injury which has slowed him recently. He's expected to play but he may not be as mobile as he usually is. The other injury for the Steelers isn't really an injury. Ryan Clark has a medical condition which will not allow him to play in the altitude in Denver so he's out.

The majority of experts are picking the Steelers to win. I'd agree with that but I won't be surprised if this game is much closer than the eight point spread.

Check out the rest of the 2012 NFL playoffs schedule.

Check out Behind The Steel Curtain for the latest on the Steelers and Mile High Reportfor the latest on the Broncos, and head on over to the SBNation NFL news hub for everything you need to know about the 2012 playoffs.

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