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Big Ben jokes underdog Steelers 'don't have a chance' vs. Chiefs: 'Let's just go play and have fun'


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So let's just go in and play and have fun."The Steelers were listed as 12.5-point underdogs on Caesars Sportsbook heading into Sunday's affair, as of Wednesday at noon ET.The last Pittsburgh postseason win came five years ago in the Divisional Round when the Steelers knocked off the Alex Smith-led Chiefs in Kansas City.Visit ResponsiblePlay.org to learn more about responsible betting.The toe injury that has bothered Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers throughout the latter part of the NFL season has all but healed according to him, and none too soon as the team enjoys a bye week prior to its playoff opener in the NFC Divisional Round. Following the Indianapolis Colts' disappointing end to the 2021 campaign, owner Jim Irsay sent a message to Indy fans saying the club will use it as fuel in 2022.The Cardinals designated defensive end J.J. Watt to return after going on injured reserve following shoulder surgery back in October. Still, the former Defensive Player of the Year isn't promising he'll be on the field for Monday's postseason showdown with the Rams.Giants owner John Mara addressed the club's latest head coaching change Wednesday -- the team's fourth search for the right answer in that role since Tom Coughlin's exit after the 2015 season -- and described it as the most embarrassed he's ever been during his lifelong association with the franchise.COVID-19 kept Cowboys standouts Micah Parsons and Tyron Smith from playing in the team's regular-season finale against the Eagles, but it won't keep them out of the club's playoff opener.

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