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  • I was waiting to see if Ju Ju was going to play after being limited in practice earlier in the week.


    I'm looking for a game a lot like the Vikings at Rams on Thursday. Both offenses are going to have success, but the defense that can come up with a stop when it is most needed will provide the margin of victory.


    I think the Steelers will be that team, and Matthew Thomas will be the guy to step up. It could be a sack, an interception or just a QB hurry, but my crystal ball says the undrafted rookie becomes the difference maker.


    The two tight end formation continues to be successful. Jesse James gets a red zone TD.


    James Washington will see significant playing time and contribute with a long TD reception.


    James Conner will serve as the every down back, but Steven Ridley gets more than 5 snaps. Running game continues to be an afterthought in the Roethlisberger offense.


    Steelers will not commit more than 10 penalties.


    Steelers 33


    Ravens 31

    "In short, in life, as in a football game, the principle to follow is: Hit the line hard; don't foul and don't shirk, but hit the line hard!"
    Theodore Roosevelt, The Strenuous Life (1900)