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The Steelers and Oakland Raiders have met three times in AFC championship games.

  • December 29, 1974: Steelers- 24 Raiders- 13
  • January 4, 1976: Steelers- 16 Raiders- 10
  • December 26, 1976: Raiders- 24 Steelers- 7

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