I'm going to stick with the Miami Dolphins like I have been the last 2-3 weeks or so and say that they will beat the Ravens in Miami on Sunday and they will come here the following week for the divisional round, and the winner of SD and Indy will play at Tennessee. If you look at the way the seeds ended up shaping up Tennessee definitely has a greater chance of getting a much tougher first game then the Steelers do. The Titans are either going to play SD,Indy,or the Ravens first. While the Steelers are either going to play Miami,SD,or Indy first. I just would not want to see the Colts or the Ravens in that first playoff game on divisional weekend and it appears as if Tennessee is going to see at least one of them, while all the Steelers need is for either Miami or SD to win to avoid seeing Indy or the Ravens first which I believe are the two toughest challenges in the AFC. I think if the Steelers get either Miami or San Diego with both being warm weather teams coming in here in January they have an excellent to beat both of those teams and advance to the AFC Championship game. As I said time and time again last week not getting the 1 seed was a good thing because you wont have to see Baltimore the first playoff game who you would have to beat 3 times in one year which is very tough until the AFC Championship game which means they are going to have to win 2 games on the road to do just that, and as long as either home team wins either Miami or the Chargers you wont see the Colts as well until the AFC Championship game.