Pittsburgh Steelers or New York Giants: Who’s in the Playoffs

October 5, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Winless as they may be, the fans of the 0-4 Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Giants shouldn't consider their seasons lost just yet.
Even with Chase Stuart of The New York Times identifying the 1992 San Diego Chargers as the only 0-4 team to make the playoffs, the potential for these two teams to make the postseason is certainly real. What makes them so special, you ask?
Well, for starters, their divisions. The NFC East and AFC North are two of the worst divisions in football at the moment.
With the Cleveland Browns being the only team currently above .500 in either division—like that'll last—the Giants and Steelers aren't staring at daunting deficits in their respective divisions.
Furthermore, with five of both teams' remaining 12 games against these struggling divisional foes, their schedules could aid them in their pursuit of the postseason.
Question is, who has the easier schedule outside the division?
That distinction would have to go to th...

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