Anyone else glad that outside of gaining the huge edge on home field in the playoffs, we also are in good position to avoid a second round matchup with Pittsburgh in the second round? Let Indy hammer it out with them. That game a few weeks from now is shaping up to be one that could potentially be as hyped as the Indy game, especially if we are(and should be) undefeated. This is Pittsburgh, so no matter the rivalry we have with the Colts as the two best teams in football, Pittsburgh still has that historic following similiar to Dallas. Along with that, they SHOULD be 10-2 in that game. They play Cleveland at home this week, a game that could be tough, but one they always win. After that, it's creampuff city with games: @ Jets(easy win) Miami(easy win) Cinci (easy win) On paper, Pittsburgh is kinda scary. First of all, I didn't realize what a year Rothlesberger was having until I saw the stats this morning - 20 TD's and 6 INT's, arguably the best numbers after Brady. They have the NFL's top defense and a terrific running game. Outside of those couple unexplainable losses, they have absolutely dominated. As far as the AFC goes, you have NE, Indy, Pitts, and then a HUGE dropoff. The only team that I still feel has the potentially to show something by year end is SD, but that team seems without identity so far this year. People complain about our schedule strength, but at the end of the day, there are 5 top teams in the NFL this year, we are one of them, and we play three of the other 4(not playing Green Bay). If you really want to, consider NY Giants the 6th best, whom we also play. 3 of these 4 games on the road.