Originally Posted by BlacksburgSteeler13
Why do the Steelers always go to Denver when the Steelers and the Broncos play each other? The Broncos haven't had to come to Pittsburgh since, what, 2006? Why do the schedule makers always have the Steelers go to Denver during Steelers-Broncos games knowing that Ryan Clark is incapable of playing there?
You answered your own question: the schedule-makers (Goodell) know Ryan Clark can't play (less likely that the Steelers win).
Until James Harrison retires, don't expect any favors. In fact, even if the Steelers get the #1 seed, expect there to be some sort of new clause that sends them to play a road game in Denver. In fact, ALL of Pittsburgh's play-off games will be in Denver. Houston at Pittsburgh, played in Denver. Indianapolis at Pittsburgh, played in Denver. SuperBowl... moved from New York to Denver.