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The outcomes from the game on Sunday were complete opposite for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns. In fact, the team’s statuses vastly differed even going into the match-up. Pittsburgh was hoping for a division title and first round bye. Cleveland wanted to send coach Eric Mangini of with at least an encouraging last game, and to end the three game losing streak they had hit. The result was a 41-9 rout of the Browns after regulation time. The win clinched the No. 2 seed in the entire NFC for the Steelers, guaranteeing them one more home game before they hit the road for the playoffs. Odds.

The Steelers took no chance in losing their status in the AFC North, and brought their all onto the field Sunday night. Ben Roethlisberger ended the game with 15 of 22 for 280 yards and a touchdown. The QB seems to have really turned both his life and game around since the four-game suspension he was sentenced at the start of the season for violating the league’s personal conduct policy. With this game, he extended his number of passes thrown without an interception to 158. Scores.

Rashard Mendenhall ran for 36 yards on 14 carries and contributed a pair of rushing scores. Mike Wallace had three catches for 105 yards, and hauled a 56-yards touchdown with only 43 second left on the clock to help Pittsburgh win the game. In the end, this win allowed them to tie up their fifth division crown in 9 seasons. The Steelers took fit and focused going into the postseason. Las Vegas odds.

While there was a point that Rob Ryan and the Browns had something to brag about, the team has regressed since peaking in its game against the Dolphins in week 13. The secondary gave one of its worst games of the season while both lines were harassed by determined Pittsburgh players. Although the firing of coach Eric Mangini has not been officially announced, you can be sure he his chances are slime to none after this defeat. For the latest lines and best betting information, be sure to check out

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