ANIMATED: Willis McGahee's Fumble Gives Steelers New Life In 2012 AFC Wild Card Game

Tim Tebow had struggled through the air since the second quarter, but finally made a big play in the passing game late in the fourth quarter against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Just as quickly, the Steelers got a turnover from one of Denver's more reliable players, Willis McGahee, that could make the 2012 AFC Wild Card game a lot tighter.

Tebow found Demaryius Thomas on a rifled pass on third down to give the Broncos a first down near midfield, but McGahee had the ball ripped out while running up the middle on the play immediately afterward.

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Pittsburgh recovered, and the ruling on the field was upheld on review, giving the Steelers great field position for a potential game-tying drive.

SB Nation's NFL bloggers made predictions for Wild Card weekend and here's a look at the updated NFL playoffs schedule for Sunday. Check out Behind the Steel Curtain for the latest on the Steelers and Mile High Report for the latest on the Broncos.

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