Pittsburgh and Cleveland will both enter the game on Sunday with 4-6 records, one game out of the final wild card slot. With so many teams in the playoff race, a loss might drop one of the teams too far out of the hunt while a win could potentially bump a team into a tie for the No. 6 seed.
Pittsburgh has won two in a row and four of its last six games, but is just 1-4 on the road this season. Cleveland, losers of three of its last four, will have the advantage of playing at home where its 3-2 this season. NFL experts are split on the matchup, but SB Nation's six experts give the Browns a slight edge.
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CBS Sports' NFL experts went the other direction with six of the eight picking Pittsburgh to win. The Steelers have dominated the head-to-head matchup, winning 22 of the last 25 meetings. Cleveland, however, did beat Pittsburgh in Cleveland last season.