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Predicting the Pittsburgh Steelers 2013 Schedule and Results
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When will the Steelers next step onto Heinz Field?

We know the who and the where of the Pittsburgh Steelers 2013 schedule. We just don't know the when.

In the division, the Steelers play the standard home-and-away against the Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns.

There's a chance the Steelers' home game against the Ravens could be the Thursday-night season opener on Sept. 5.

The AFC North and AFC East pair up in 2013, which sends the Steelers on the road to play the New England Patriots and New York Jets. They'll have home games against the Buffalo Bills and welcome Mike Wallace back to Heinz Field when they face the Miami Dolphins.

The Steelers play fellow third-place finishers from the AFC South and AFC West. They'll host the Tennessee Titans and play at the Oakland Raiders.

A trip to London to play the Minnesota Vikings highlights the Steelers' inter-conference slate. That's officially a road game for the Steelers. They also have a road game against the Green Bay Packers and play the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions at home.

The full 2013 NFL schedule will be released later this month. In recent years, the announcement has been made into a prime-time television show.

If it's worth showing in prime time, then it's worth predicting.

Not only will we predict the Steelers' wins and losses next season, we'll also predict the schedule. We'll predict the dates, times and results of each game and reveal a logistical quirk that could affect the schedule in a favorable way for the Steelers.

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