While the Dallas Cowboys look to continue their playoff push, they might have to do it without their top offensive threat.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have quarterback Ben Roethlisberger back, but need a win to hold on to their AFC wild-card spot.
The Cowboys and Steelers will try to boost their postseason chances Sunday when they meet in Dallas.
After a 20-19 victory at Cincinnati on Sunday that was its fourth win in five games, Dallas (7-6) is a game behind NFC East-leading New York and also one back of Chicago and Seattle in the wild-card race.
Dallas, however, suffered a big blow when wide receiver Dez Bryant broke his left index finger against the Bengals.
Although he caught a fourth-quarter touchdown pass after the injury, Bryant is still trying to determine if he can play the rest of this season.
"One of the things we know about Dez is he's a tough guy and he loves playing football,'' coach Jason Garrett said. "He's going to give himself and our team every chance possible t...