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Steelers on target to be Tebowed

Ready or not, Steelers fans, you could be looking at a 13-win season and a wild-card berth.

It's not the end of the world, especially when it's not impossible to win the Super Bowl as a wild-card team.

But what do you do when your first-round opponent is Tim Tebow -- I mean the Denver Broncos?

The Broncos, winners of six straight, have a one-game lead over the Oakland Raiders. It looks like a lock that the AFC West division winner will be the No. 4 seed in the playoffs. That means the top wild-card team, and unless the Ravens lose it looks like the Steelers, would get the Broncos.

I keep waiting and waiting for Tebow to fail, and he just keeps winning and winning. He'll play the ugliest three quarters of football and somehow spur his team to victory.

I'm sure the league will catch up to him, just like the league caught up to the Miami Dolphins' Wildcat offense.

But for now, it looks like Steelers Nation will square off against the mystic powers of Tebow.

Someone's got to lose.

Could it be the Steelers?


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