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It’s an AFC North battle as the 10-5 Ravens play host to the 7-8 Steelers. Here’s what you should know to make the most out of this sweet DraftKings offer.
The Steelers might be one of the best coached teams in the NFL. Despite their lack of superstars, TJ Watt obviously excluded, Tomlin and co have this squad almost at .500. Their offense is only averaging 16 fewer yards than the Ravens, and Kenny is back, baby. They’re 4-1 in their last five games and last time around only lost to the Ravens by 2. Granted, that was without Lamar, and it seems like he might play in this upcoming matchup. The Ravens have struggled to move the ball through the air this season and tend to rely on the ground game. Pittsburgh has a decent run defense, but will they be able to contain Lamar Jackson if he plays?
Now the Ravens have had a pretty solid season and did their best to not let the injury to Lamar set them back too much. They’re 3-1 in their last four, so it seems like even though their offense takes a hit without him, they’re still able to win games. Running backs J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards are back, making their run game even more effective, which is wild because they already average over 165 yards a game on the ground. The Steelers are pretty banged up with some key offensive players like Diontae Johnson, and their secondary is pretty banged up, with bodes well for the Ravens. Baltimore definitely has the offensive advantage here, and I guess the real question is who will show up, Baltimore’s offense or the Steelers defense.