Baltimore's regular season ended Saturday with a 17-10 loss to their longtime rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Ravens (13-4) have attained the top AFC playoff spot. Jacksonville or Buffalo must lose on Sunday for the Steelers (10-7) to make the playoffs.

Jacksonville or Buffalo must lose on Sunday for the Steelers (10-7) to make the playoffs.

The Ravens have dropped four consecutive at home versus the Steelers.

Chris Boswell's 25-yard field goal gave the Steelers a 17-7 advantage with four minutes left.

The Steelers didn't need a win to stay in the AFC postseason wild-card competition, but a win helps. Pittsburgh won a rainy 17-10 game over the Baltimore Ravens.

Two unforgivable home defeats to the NFL's weakest teams, the Arizona Cardinals and New England Patriots, followed by a completely uncompetitive loss against the Colts.

The Steelers understood heading into the game that nothing would matter unless they took care of business. They used their running game to do that against the Seattle Seahawks.

"It was probably the most challenging weather I've had to deal with," said Steelers starting quarterback Rudolph, who has won three straight games.

Going home, the Steelers will feel conflicted. Watt's injury will cause concern. Needing support to make the playoffs will cause anxiety.