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Public perception: Neither team has anything to play for unless you think the Steelers want to finish .500. Plus there's no line, given the uncertain status of the Browns' Brandon Weeden (shoulder).
Wiseguys' view: The Steelers underachieved all season, going 7-8 SU and 5-9-1 ATS. The early excuse was that they were playing without Ben Roethlisberger; however, they're 0-3 SU and ATS since his return to the lineup.
Tuley's Take: I think the Browns have shown a lot of improvement this season despite their 5-10 record (after all, they're 8-6-1 ATS), and I think it means more to them to end on a winning note. And let's not forget that Cleveland won the earlier meeting. The pick: Browns (with Weeden; otherwise, just a pool play).