Steelers 2014 schedule: Final three games of season to determine if they play San Diego and the Jets, or Oakland and Buffalo

Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sport

Pittsburgh is very familiar with the four teams that will be added to their schedule depending on which place in the division they fall.

The Steelers are already locked into playing the Saints, Falcons, Panthers and Buccaneers of the NFC South, and the Colts, Titans, Jaguars and Texans of the AFC South in 2014, along with their three division rivals.

Finishing in third place in the AFC North this season, as it looks right now, will likely add the Chargers and the Jets as their remaining two opponents, while finishing last in the division will add the Bills and the Raiders.

The Steelers have played all four of those teams within their last two seasons - all four of them in a 13-game stretch from Week 14 of the 2012 season (a loss to San Diego) through Week 10 this year, when they defeated Buffalo. They beat the Jets in Week 6 this year, and lost to Oakland in Week 8.

Cleveland sits one game behind the Steelers at 4-9. They play each other in Week 17, the final game of the 2013 season.

Pittsburgh takes on division rival Cincinnati in Week 15, a game that will be on Sunday Night Football. The Bengals can clinch the AFC North with a win over the Steelers coupled with a loss by the Ravens, who are at Detroit on Monday Night Football.

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