Steelers Playoffs Schedule 2022: List of Games, Opponents, TV Channel & Kickoff Times for Pittsburgh in Postseason
Despite their rocky season, the Pittsburgh Steelers can still qualify for the NFL postseason when they face the Baltimore Ravens in Week 18. Even though a playoff appearance isn't guaranteed, Steelers fans might be curious as to what a potential postseason schedule could look like.
Steelers Playoffs Schedule
Here's everything you need to know about the Steelers' potential playoff schedule for the 2021-22 NFL postseason.
Are the Steelers Still in the Playoffs?
The Steelers have clinched a playoff spot.
What Seed Are the Steelers?
Pittsburgh is the No. 7 seed in the AFC playoffs.
Steelers Playoffs 2022
The Steelers will be one of six AFC teams playing during the first round of the playoffs. Wild Card Weekend will feature the six teams from each conference that did not earn a bye, with one of them being Pittsburgh.
Steelers Playoff Dates
The Steelers are set to play during the opening round of the playoffs.
Wild Card Weekend will feature two games on Saturday, Jan. 15, three games on Sunday, Jan. 16, and one game on Monday, Jan. 17. Pittsburgh would be assigned one of these three dates if they secure a playoff berth.
The second round, aka the Divisional Round, will take place from Jan. 22-Jan. 23. That is followed by the conference championship round on Jan. 30. The Super Bowl is scheduled for Feb. 13.
Pittsburgh Steelers Next Game
Pittsburgh is slated to face the Kansas City Chiefs during Wild Card Weekend.
Steelers Playoff History
The Steelers have made the playoffs 32 times. They have won the Super Bowl six times, the most recent of which was Super Bowl XLIII.
Steelers Postseason Schedule
Steelers Playoffs Odds
The Steelers own +55000 odds to win Super Bowl LVI, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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