The Steelers won their first playoff game in five years Saturday in a classic 18-16 comeback over the Bengals.
But Michael Keaton isn’t exactly gung-ho about his Steelers’ chances of winning the Super Bowl.
TMZ tracked down Keaton as he was leaving dinner in Santa Monica, and he says that Antonio Brown’s injury would be too much for the Steelers to overcome.
Michael Keaton — My Steelers Are Toast! (VIDEO) https://t.co/6krXZsWWA6
— TMZ (@TMZ) January 11, 2016
Brown is in the NFL’s concussion protocol after taking a hit from Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict in the final minute of Saturday night’s wild-card game. However, he still could play in Sunday’s AFC divisional playoff game at Denver.
The 64-year-old Keaton, who was born just outside of Pittsburgh, didn’t exactly give the TMZ interviewer a lot of time to tell him that Brown isn’t necessarily out.
It would be interesting to hear what Keaton thinks if the Steelers upset the Broncos Sunday.