The Pittsburgh Steelers have a real chance to win their first Super Bowl in nearly a decade. The team is tied for the best record in the AFC, and their remaining schedule in the 2017 NFL season puts destiny in their own hands when it comes to securing the No.1 seed.

With nine wins in their first 11 games, Pittsburgh could be headed towards a 13-win season at worst. The Steelers should be significant favorites in all but one of their games before the start of the 2018 playoffs.

In Week 13, Pittsburgh visits the 5-6 Cincinnati Bengals on “Monday Night Football,” looking to take an even bigger lead in the AFC North. The Steelers have a chance to clinch the division title in Week 14 when they host the Baltimore Ravens on “Sunday Night Football.”

The Week 15 matchup between the Steelers and New England Patriots might be the biggest game left on the regular-season schedule. With New England entering Week 13 at 9-2, the contest could determine which team gets home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs. Pittsburgh will be home in that Sunday afternoon game.

New England easily defeated Pittsburgh at Gillette Stadium in last season’s AFC Championship Game. Pittsburgh is clearly the biggest threat to the defending champions in the conference, though they haven’t had much success against Tom Brady and Bill Belichick in recent years. The Patriots have won four games in a row against the Steelers, as well as 10 of their last 13 meetings since Brady joined the team.

Pittsburgh closes out the season against two teams that won’t be going to the playoffs. They’ll visit the Houston Texans on Christmas Day and host the Cleveland Browns on New Year’s Eve.

Pittsburgh ranks fourth in total defense and seventh in total offense. Antonio Brown is the NFL’s leading receiver and Le’Veon Bell is the league’s leading rusher.

When the Steelers get their next victory, it’ll mark the fourth straight season in which they’ve won at least 10 games. Pittsburgh hasn’t finished below .500 since the 2003 season.

Remaining 2017 Schedule

Week 13: Monday, Dec. 4 at Cincinnati Bengals (8:30 p.m. EST)

Week 14: Sunday, Dec. 10 vs. Baltimore Ravens (8:30 p.m EST)

Week 15: Sunday, Dec. 17 vs. New England Patriots (4:25 p.m. EST)

Week 16: Monday, Dec. 25 at Houston Texans (4:30 p.m. EST)

Week 17: Sunday, Dec. 31 vs. Cleveland Browns (1 p.m. EST)