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Good Morning Broncos Country.

Wild Card Playoffs - Pittsburgh Steelers v Denver Broncos

It’s Steelers week!

The Broncos host the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday in what could make or break the Broncos 2018 season. A loss all but ends the Broncos slim playoff hopes while a win could inspire a late season rally for a wildcard spot.

Speaking of the Steelers and a wildcard game. Lets remember a great memory(and troll job on the Steelers) for every single Broncos fan alive.

Tim Tebow’s walk off touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas against the Pittsburgh Steelers in a wildcard game.

This play goes down as one of the top plays in Denver Broncos history. It was inprobable, but it happened. Something we can fondly remember while trolling Steelers fans that their team lost because a minor league baseball player beat them in a playoff game.

Honorable mention: That time Peyton Manning fell down, slowly got up, and completed a pass against the Steelers in a playoff game

This also resulted in another Broncos victory over the Steelers in the playoffs.

Horse Tracks:

NFC playoff picture: Saints move into first – ProFootballTalk
The Rams are no longer atop the NFC playoff race. The Saints won on Thanksgiving night to pull into a tie for the top of the NFC standings with the Rams. The Saints own the head-to-head tiebreaker between the two teams.

Report: Chad Beebe could miss multiple games – ProFootballTalk
Vikings receiver Chad Beebe injured his hamstring in Wednesday's practice. The team ruled him out for Sunday's game after he missed Thursday and Friday's work. Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press reports the team fears Beebe could miss multiple games.

More than 30 million watched Washington-Dallas – ProFootballTalk
The second game on Thanksgiving continues to be the most popular regular-season game of the year. Via SportsMediaWatch.com, more than 30 million viewers enjoyed the Washington-Dallas game, which ended with a Cowboys victory, 31-23. The game generated a 12.5 rating and 30.

Myles Garrett has big goals for rest of season – ProFootballTalk
Myles Garrett has had a solid second season. He has no chance to win defensive player of the year. But it's good to have goals. Aaron Donald and Khalil Mack are the favorites for the award, with Donald's two strip-sacks of Patrick Mahomes perhaps already enough to earn him a repeat.

Broncos seek arbitration of litigation regarding ownership issues – ProFootballTalk
The question of who will control the Denver Broncos has landed in court. The Broncos want it to be decided elsewhere. In a 15-page document filed on Friday, the three trustees charged with managing the franchise during the incapacitation of owner Pat Bowlen seek a stay of litigation recently file...

Browns’ Damarious Randall: We’ll beat the Bengals if they don’t have A.J. Green – ProFootballTalk
Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green is questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns, and Cleveland safety Damarious Randall says that's bad news for the Bengals. Randall gave a colorful prediction about how the Browns will handle the Bengals if Green can't go. "If they don't have A.J.

Marcus Mariota in line to start Monday – ProFootballTalk
Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said on Thursday that he was hopeful quarterback Marcus Mariota was "trending up" after suffering a stinger that knocked him out of last Sunday's game and it appears that hope has been realized.

Week 12 injury report roundup – ProFootballTalk
Week 12 of the 2018 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with wins by the Bears, Cowboys and Saints and it continues with 11 more games on Sunday, which means that the 22 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday.

Bengals' Joe Mixon: 'I'm tired of playing not to lose' - NFL.com
Ahead of Sunday's matchup against the Cleveland Browns, Cincinnnati Bengals RB Joe Mixon said he's tired of his team playing not to lose. In the past five tilts, Cincy has just one win.

Mike McCarthy must evolve NOW; key to Andrew Luck's revival - NFL.com
In this week's notebook, Bucky Brooks explains what Mike McCarthy has to do to keep his job. Plus, a look at Andrew Luck's renaissance and Lamar Jackson's future prospects.

Harrison Smith fined $10,026 for hit on Mitch Trubisky - NFL.com
Vikings safety Harrison Smith was fined $10,026 for a hit on Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky in Week 11, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported. The penalty helped set up a game-sealing field goal for Chicago.

Rob Gronkowski 'good to go' for Sunday vs. Jets - NFL.com
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski said he is "good to go" for Sunday's matchup against the New York Jets. Gronkowski has been dealing with back and ankle injuries.

Chargers' Melvin Gordon questionable to play Sunday - NFL.com
The Los Angeles Chargers could be without Melvin Gordon Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. Coach Anthony Lynn says the running back is dealing with a sore knee.

Jerry Jones: Amari Cooper 'making bid for his cash' - NFL.com
Amari Cooper has been an offensive godsend for the Dallas Cowboys, and team owner Jerry Jones believes the young wide receiver is making a serious bid for a lucrative contract.

Tom Brady (illness) misses practice; QB to play vs. Jets - NFL.com
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady did not practice on Friday due to an illness. He's listed as questionable on the injury report, but will play Sunday vs. Jets.

NFL mourns death of Texans owner Bob McNair - NFL.com
Houston Texans owner Bob McNair passed away Friday. Here's how many around the NFL took responded to the news on social media.

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair dies at age 81 - NFL.com
In 1999, Bob McNair blew everyone away with his bold, record-setting bid for a football team. Judy Battista chronicles the life of the Texans owner who brought the NFL back to Houston.