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Let's keep Steelers playoff talk on hold

It's still too early to talk about the playoffs for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

I know it's nice to think positive, but before you can entertain thoughts about the postseason, the team should be at least .500.

We'll know a lot more about the direction of the team in the next week-and-a-half.

The Steelers face the Browns on a Sunday and then have the Ravens on Thanksgiving.

Win them both, and we can talk playoff scenarios. Lose one or both, and talk draft picks.

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