PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers' playoff hopes are slipping after their Week 11 loss to the Cleveland Browns. Following a 13-10 defeat, Pittsburgh moves to 6-4 on the season, and with the fall, their playoff odds fall below 50%. 

Heading into the game, the Steelers held a 60% chance to claim a playoff spot, according to Pro Football Focus. After their loss, those odds fall to 46%. 

The Steelers were a half-game behind the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC North heading into Week 11, but leave 1.5 games back from first place, and a half-game back from the Browns for second place. 

Pittsburgh finishes the season with a split (1-1) record against Cleveland. They beat the Ravens in Week 5 and will face them again in Week 18. They still have to play the Cincinnati Bengals twice this season, with their first matchup in Week 12. 

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