Which NFL team is best equipped to keep its playoff hopes alive?

After an all-star weekend, the Pittsburgh Steelers will play host to the Denver Broncos on Sunday.

The game was set to take place on Tuesday, but due to the weather, it was moved to Wednesday to make room for the all-important game-day festivities.

The Steelers are 3-1 heading into the game, but the Broncos will be in the hunt for their first playoff win since 2014.

Here are the teams’ playoff odds heading into Sunday’s game:Pittsburgh Steelers: 15/3Pittsburgh won the AFC North last season by beating the Cincinnati Bengals in the wild-card round.

The Bengals won the division by a score of 28-24, but this year, the Steelers have been without quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and running back Le’Veon Bell for the majority of the season due to injuries.

Pittsburgh is hoping to rebound this season with a quarterback change.

Denver Broncos: 15 Denver has won four of its last six games, but it’s been a while since the Broncos have played the Pittsburgh Panthers in the postseason.

This year, Denver has the third-best record in the NFL at 2-3.

This season, quarterback Peyton Manning is out with a concussion.

The Broncos are hoping to improve on last season’s 4-10 finish and a 3-6 record.

Jacksonville Jaguars: 16/1The Jacksonville Jaguars are looking for their fourth consecutive playoff berth, but their chances of making the playoffs are looking bleak after a 3.5-game losing streak.

Jacksonville has lost four of the past six games by double digits.

This team should be able to bounce back this season, but a win over the New York Jets would be huge.

Houston Texans: 18/1After playing two games in a row, the Texans are finally back in action after missing the playoffs in each of the last two seasons.

The Texans will play their final two games of the regular season against the Kansas City Chiefs and Tennessee Titans.

The Chiefs will be without quarterback Brock Osweiler and quarterback Jake Locker, who is dealing with an injury.

The Titans will be the favorite to make it out of the AFC South.

San Francisco 49ers: 19/2The 49ers are the only team with a winning record since they went to the playoffs for the first time in franchise history.

The 49ers have a chance to win their fourth straight division title after losing to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 1.

The Jets are in a tight race to win the AFC West.

The Niners’ chances of going to the Super Bowl are slim.

Los Angeles Chargers: 21/1Los Angeles is one of the best teams in the AFC.

The Chargers have won four consecutive games.

This was the Chargers’ best start since they took the division title in 2007.

They have the third best record in football heading into their game against the Oakland Raiders.

The New England Patriots: 22/1While it’s not easy for a team to lose two games against the New England Revolution, the Patriots are still in the mix.

They’re currently 4-1 against the Revolution this season.

The Patriots are hoping that this week’s game against New Orleans will be their best in a while.

The Indianapolis Colts: 23/1In their last six meetings, the Colts have beaten the Miami Dolphins by a combined score of 41-21.

The Dolphins are coming off a 41-28 win over Buffalo.

This will be a good opportunity for the Colts to start the season on a winning note.

The Bills are in the race for the AFC East.

The Miami Dolphins: 24/1When it comes to playing the Jets, the Dolphins have won two of the four meetings this season and have a very favorable matchup against New York.

The teams played last season at Gillette Stadium and the teams are 6-1-1 overall and 5-1 in the preseason.

The New York Giants are in third place in the NFC East and will have a tough time in this matchup.

This article was written by Jason Lomax, Senior Writer for NFL.com.

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