Five unforgettable moments from wild Steelers-Bengals finish


That's because it was the last time the Broncos, with home-field advantage in the AFC bracket in hand, faced the Steelers in a postseason game (the Broncos did not have home-field advantage when they defeated the Steelers in the divisional round

That's because it was the last time the Broncos, with home-field advantage in the AFC bracket in hand, faced the Steelers in a postseason game (the Broncos did not have home-field advantage when they defeated the Steelers in the divisional round

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin was not pleased. It was difficult to tell whether anything was malicious. Nelson appeared to push Todman after the running back was well out of bounds. This was the night's first chippy moment in a rivalry accustomed to

NFL fans likely are still suffering from the football-induced hangover thanks to the maddening wild-card game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday night. The Steelers' 18-16 win featured seven personal fouls, including two

The Bengals had just scored the go-ahead touchdown on an AJ McCarron-to-A.J. Green touchdown pass. A play later, an interception by Steelers quarterback Landry Jones (he was in for an injured-at-the-time Ben Roethlisberger) pretty much confirmed that