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Could the Steelers end 10-6?

On November 25, 2016 at 10:14 pm EST

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Pittsburgh Steelers had an up-and-down season. They even withstood the absence of Ben Roethlisberger and other key players due to injuries or suspensions.

Through this all, they could potentially reach 10 wins on the season. On Thanksgiving Night, they defeated the depleted Indianapolis Colts, 28-7.

They moved to 6-5 on the season with the win. They’ll need to go 4-1 over the rest of their season to accomplish this.

Ben Roethlisberger (Getty Images)

Ben Roethlisberger (Getty Images)

It’s actually obtainable as they only face one team above .500. That’s in their next game on Dec. 4, as they face the New York Giants, who are 7-3.

These two teams haven’t faced each other since Nov. 4, 2012 when the Steelers won 24-20 at MetLife Stadium.

The Giants lead the all-time series 44-29-3. New York hasn’t beat Pittsburgh since Oct. 26, 2008 when they won 21-14.

After the Giants, their next four opponents have two .500 records and the other two have losing records. The Buffalo Bills and the Baltimore Ravens are at .500 with 5-5 records.

The Cincinnati Bengals are 3-6-1 and the Cleveland Browns are 0-11.

The Steelers lead every series with the Bills, Bengals, Browns and the Ravens. However, they’ve lost four straight to Baltimore.

Against the Bengals, Bills and Browns, they’ve gone 12-0 in their past 12 games.

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