On Sunday, Denver and Pittsburgh will meet for the 28th time in their history.
The Broncos own a 16-10-1 advantage in those games. The teams have met six times in the postseason — making the Steelers the Broncos’ most common postseason opponent. Broncos Vice President of Corporate Communications Jim Saccomano wrote a blog earlier this week on the postseason history between Denver and Pittsburgh.
The last regular-season meeting between the clubs came on Nov. 9, 2009 with the Steelers defeating the Broncos 28-10 in Denver. Prior to that loss, the Broncos had won three straight games in the series.
The last postseason game that Denver played came against the Steelers in the 2005 AFC Championship Game. Pittsburgh won that game 34-17 in Denver to advance to the Super Bowl.