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Jets, Steelers have history of close games

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger beats New York

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger beats New York Jets linebacker Bryan Thomas and defensive tackle Sione Pouha on a 2-yard touchdown run during the first half of the AFC Championship Game in Pittsburgh. (Credit: AP, 2011)

Five of the past six games between the Jets and Steelers were decided by six points or fewer — and two went into overtime. “It’s always a knockdown, drag-out, barroom fight with these guys,” Jets defensive lineman Mike DeVito said. “And that’s the kind of game we love to play.”

The previous six meetings:


1/23/11 AFC Championship Game: STEELERS 24, Jets 19
12/19/10 Jets 22, STEELERS 17
11/18/07 JETS 19, Steelers 16 (OT)
1/15/05 AFC Divisional playoffs: STEELERS 20, Jets 17 (OT(
12/12/04 STEELERS 17, Jets 6
12/14/03 JETS 6, Steelers 0

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