Once again, not much injury news to speak of at the Tomlin PC today.
Brett Keisel will try to go this week, which would give the Steelers their healthiest lineup since opening day.
Marvel Smith is still out - and Carey Davis is questionable with a calf injury - so they won't have everybody back.
But considering how much they use Davis and the fact that Smith hasn't played in two months, it's about as healthy as they could be.
It's a good thing, too, with the Ravens up next.
Even a loss in this game doesn't hurt the Steelers all that badly, though.
As I laid out in today's Observer-Reporter, the Steelers have a good shot at winning the division and the No. 2 seed in the AFC even if they lose to Baltimore and Tennessee.
The Ravens would need to go to Dallas and win - something they probably have a 10 percent chance of accomplishing - if the Steelers lose to Tennessee - which isn't a given.
Both teams will win their finales - Pittsburgh versus Cleveland, Baltimore against Jacksonville.
But if they finish in a tie, the Steelers have beaten teams with better records - assuming San Diego finishes with a better record than Oakland and New England at least matches Miami.
The two teams currently have identical schedules except for those games - though the Ravens own a win over Philadelphia, a team that beat Pittsburgh.
The Steelers own a win over Dallas, however, that would pretty much cancel that out.