Mike Mularkey's been in an eerily similar win-and-in situation before

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The 2004 Buffalo Bills faced a win-and-in game in their regular-season finale. They faced Pittsburgh in Buffalo, and the 14-1 Steelers had already sealed up their No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs.

Ben Roethlisberger and Jerome Bettis didn’t play for the visitors.

An 18-yard fumble return for a touchdown by James Harrison, in the 17th game of his career, helped propel the Steelers to an unneeded 29-24 victory.


That sent first-year Bills coach Mike Mularkey into the offseason lamenting key moments in the season

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