What's trending in the NFL: Steelers win wild one; Schwarzenegger's message for Watt

Here are the top stories from Saturday:

The Steelers pulled off a wild, 18-16 comeback win over the Bengals. Here's a look at a few of our stories from the game:

The Chiefs ended their 22-year drought of playoff wins with a 30-0 beatdown of the Texans. Here's a look at a few of our stories from the game:

The Dolphins hired Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase as their new head coach. From James Walker's story on Miami going with another young coach: "New Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase could be the next John Harbaugh or Mike Tomlin, who were young, first-time head coaches who led their teams to Super Bowls. Gase comes with a lot of buzz and is considered a fast-rising coach in NFL circles. But Gase also could be the next Joe Philbin, Jim Tomsula or Mike Pettine, who were recent first-time head coaches who quickly flamed out on the job."

Report: NFL commissioner Roger Goodell bashes plans against relocation (by Eric D. Williams)

From Tory Zawacki's story on how Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins' 'You like that?!' became a Washington rallying cry: "The mantra for the 2015 Washington Redskins and their quarterback, Kirk Cousins, wouldn't be seen by most of us until moments after it happened; after the video was posted to Vine, then shared, tweeted and retweeted. For CSN Mid-Atlantic reporter Tarik El-Bashir, he experienced it the old-fashioned way: in front of his face ... or more accurately, at his face."

That's so Browns: Quarterback Johnny Manziel and the Houston Texans (by Pat McManamon)

Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney inactive vs. Chiefs, briefly leaves stadium (by Tania Ganguli)

Best stat

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is now 0-7 in the playoffs.

Best tweet