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Chiefs or Steelers

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During this bye week, I have noticed that most of the discussions have centered around what seed the Bengals will get going into the playoffs (or who they will be facing). If the Bengals end up a 4th seed, they will likely play a very good Chiefs team that has limited experience in the playoffs (except QB Alex Smith and Coach Andy Reid). The sentiment on CJ is to avoid the second best team in the AFC (record-wise) at all cost. However, would playing the Chiefs necessarily be a terrible situation? With the 3rd seed, the Bengals would potentially (and most likely) play the revived Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers may be drastically different from the teams that won the Superbowl in 2005 and 2008; however, there are still pieces remaining that would make any playoff matchup difficult. The Steelers tend to make their run during the end of the season (and into the playoffs); making them a dangerous team to face. This leads me to the question; who would you rather the Bengals play in the playoffs: the Steelers or the Chiefs?

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