The Raiders and Steelers have clinched postseason places in the AFC wild-card round.
The Las Vegas Raiders have survived adversity and tragedy to secure a postseason berth.
On Sunday, the Raiders defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 35-32 in the regular-season finale.
The Pittsburgh Steelers also secured a wild-card slot as a result of the result, as they won in overtime to win their first postseason berth since 2016.
The Raiders, who are seeded fifth in the AFC, will play the No. 4 Cincinnati Bengals at 4:30 p.m. ET on Saturday.
On Sunday at 8:15 p.m. ET, the seventh-seeded Steelers will face the second-seeded Kansas City Chiefs.
The Raiders, under by interim head coach Rich Bisaccia, won their fourth straight game in search of a postseason berth.
The Raiders(10-7) did so by eliminating the Chargers(9-8) from playoff contention.
Bisaccia made Super Bowl history by being the first interim coach to guide a club to the playoffs in the modern era.
Since Bisaccia took over following Jon Gruden's resignation, the Raiders have gone 6-5.
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