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Rookie Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett led the comeback of the day, with just under two minutes to spare, down four against the rival Baltimore Ravens. Escaping a sack, he fluttered off to the left side of the pocket and fired a laser to running back Najee Harris in the front corner of the end zone to put the Steelers up 3 and keep their playoff hopes alive.
Yahoo Sports' Charles Robinson and Frank Schwab kick off their regular Sunday night podcast reacting to Pittsburgh's magnificent win and how Mike Tomlin turned around a disastrous season into a magical one. With one more win next week (and a little help), the Steelers could be playoff bound again and Tomlin's streak of winning seasons would remain unbroken.
Charles & Frank follow up the Pittsburgh talk breaking down all of the games from Week 17's slate including Green Bay's smackdown of the Minnesota Vikings, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers claiming a second straight NFC South title against the Carolina Panthers, the Philadelphia Eagles falling disastrously close to losing the 1-seed in the NFC and a surprisingly peppy Denver Broncos squad playing the Kansas City Chiefs close after firing Nathaniel Hackett.
They close out the show burying Carson Wentz and wondering whether Lovie Smith and Kliff Kingsbury will be coaching their final games next Sunday.
0:20 Pittsburgh Steelers 16, Baltimore Ravens 13
9:00 Minnesota Vikings 17, Green Bay Packers 41
17:45 Carolina Panthers 24, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30
30:55 New Orleans Saints 20, Philadelphia Eagles 10
39:30 Denver Broncos 24, Kansas City Chiefs 27
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