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Steelers win and do their part to qualify for the NFL playoffs

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Pittsburgh Steelers They extended their chances of qualifying for the NFL playoffs after beating the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 in their final game of the regular season.

However, they still depend on a defeat of the Bills or the Jaguarsin this afternoon’s games.

At 10-7, Pittsburgh showed character and ambition, completing its part of the job in chasing a 2024 postseason berth.

Likewise, after beating the best team of the campaign, they arrived at the last day of activities with the chance to seal the miracle.

Those led by Coach Mike Tomlin They took advantage of the rival team’s starting absences, and added their third consecutive victory, so they can enter the final phase strong.

With an outstanding performance by Mason Rudolphas starting quarterback, ensured the result.

The QB, who was the team’s bet in the decisive moment, after Kenny Pickett’s injury, responded to the Steelers’ confidence. He completed 18 passes on 20 attempts; In addition, he added 152 yards through the air and a touchdown, with receiver Diontae Johnson.

The Pennsylvania team also made mistakes (two fumbles); However, they compensated in the same way, with two Baltimore fumbles. The defense responded, allowing only three points (the result of a field goal) in the second half of the game.

The Steelers will know their fate until the last second of the regular season, when the Bills’ game against the Dolphins ends. Maybe sooner, if by chance the Jaguars lose to the Titans, the second worst team in the American Conference.


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