The Pittsburgh Steelers kept their season alive after defeating the Raiders 13-10 on Saturday night.
With its playoff hopes still alive, the Pittsburgh Steelers-Baltimore Ravens game on Sunday, January 1(Week 17), will be flexed to Sunday at 8:20 PM ET on NBC, and the Rams-Chargers game will move to 4:25 PM ET on CBS, the NFL announced Sunday.
The following is the final Week 17 NFL schedule (all times ET):
Thursday, December 29, 2022
Dallas Cowboys at Tennessee Titans 8:15 PM Prime Video
Sunday, January 1, 2023
Arizona Cardinals at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX
Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS
Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions 1:00 PM FOX
Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS
Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM CBS
Indianapolis Colts at New York Giants 1:00 PM CBS
New Orleans Saints at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM FOX
Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX
Cleveland Browns at Washington Commanders 1:00 PM FOX
San Francisco 49ers at Las Vegas Raiders 4:05 PM FOX
New York Jets at Seattle Seahawks 4:05 PM FOX
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers 4:25 PM CBS
Los Angeles Rams at Los Angeles Chargers 4:25 PM CBS
Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens 8:20 PM NBC
Monday, January 2, 2023
Buffalo Bills at Cincinnati Bengals 8:15 PM ESPN
Two things the New York Jets(2-2) know how to do: win on the road and do it in comeback fashion, and they did that on Sunday against the Steelers(1-3).
New York, who won their first game of the season on the road against the Browns in comeback fashion in Week 2, did the same things against the Steelers. The Jets trailed 20-10 in the fourth quarter but scored 14 points in the final stanza to defeat Pittsburgh 24-20 at Acrisure Stadium.
Jets quarterback Zach Wilson made his 2022 debut Sunday and led the Jets on two scoring drives in the fourth. It wasn’t all good for Wilson as he threw two picks, but he got the job done when the Jets needed him the most.
The second-year quarterback was 10/12 for 128 yards and a touchdown in the fourth and ended the day 18/36 for 252 yards, a touchdown, and two picks. Also, he had a two-yard touchdown reception in the first half.
“He doesn’t flinch,” Jets head coach Robert Saleh said about Wilson after the win. “There was a couple plays that I’m sure he wishes he had back. The young man doesn’t flinch. He got us out of a lot of bad situations with his mobility. I thought he played a pretty good game for his first game back.”
On the final drive for the Jets, the team traveled 65 yards on 10 plays, which ended with a two-yard Breece Hall touchdown. According to Wilson, he knew the offense would score on that drive.
“From the beginning, I think there was no doubt in my mind, especially when we hit a couple quick passes and stuff there, too, and we were running the ball well,” Wilson said about scoring on the final drive. “I feel like as an offense, you can just feel it.”
The Jets finished 3-14 last season and did not win their second game until Week 8 in 2021, and after four weeks, Saleh is really proud of his team.
“It was just a really cool NFL game,” he said. “And for as young as we are, to have the mindset to stay in it, go 60 minutes, again, really proud of the group with the mindset and just exchanging blows with another opponent being 2-2 right now, it’s pretty good. We’ve got a really good chance. But you never know.”
The Jets probably don’t get this win in 2021, but credit the team for fighting hard and getting another tough win on the road.
Wilson caught the first touchdown pass of his career as Braxton Berrios connected with him on a two-yard touchdown pass.
‘Yeah, first I hand it, and I see everyone flowing, and I’m like, oh, thank goodness,” Wilson said about the play. “I’ve got the best hands on the team.”