Steelers-Browns could play back-to-back games

Yes, the week 17 game between the Steelers and Browns could determine the AFC North Championship. It could also be the starter for a far more meaningful main course.
If the Steelers and Browns start week 17 11-4, the winner of their game in Cleveland will win the AFC North. Depending on the various other permutations in the AFC, the Steelers and Browns could also compete in the wildcard round.
If Cleveland wins, it would possibly happen in Cleveland. If Pittsburgh wins, it would possibly happen in Pittsburgh.
The permutations become clearer after week 15. And even if the Steelers beat the Colts and win the division on Sunday, there is still a chance the Pittsburgh Steelers will host the Cleveland Browns once the dust settles on the regular season opening round playoffs.
Just like the Steelers in 2002, the last time the Browns played in the postseason. The only time the current iteration of the Browns was ever played in the postseason, with the Steelers winning the game 36-33.
There's also a way the Steelers can definitely avoid a rematch in Cleveland: if you beat the Browns in week 17, Cleveland could stay out of the playoffs even if they finish at 11-5. That would open the door for the ravens to qualify for the postseason, and that could be even worse for the Steelers.
Steelers-Browns could play back-to-back games that originally appeared on Pro Football Talk

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