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Do you guys like stats? Here’s a fun one. The Steelers have played 79 games with TJ Watt. Of those games, their record is 53-24, and they only give up 20.2 points per game on average. During that same period, in games where Watt has been sidelined due to injury, their record is 1-10, and they give up 26.3 points per game on average. No other player in the NFL makes that big of an impact on the defensive side of the football. Watt will especially make an impact with the Steelers heading to Cincinnati this weekend, where he and Alex Highsmith will go against an offensive line weaker than Biden’s border policy. Highsmith is coming off of a game in which he sacked Saints quarterback Andy Dalton twice for a loss of 17 combined yards with five tackles and a strip sack on the side. The reigning AFC defender of the week is on fire, and with the attention Watt draws, Joe Burrow will see white and yellow in his nightmares. Speaking of that handsome devil, Burrow has been sacked a whopping 30 times so far this season. The Bengals’ offensive line is towards the bottom of the league in pass block win rate- a statistic in which they’ve gotten even worse from last year. Much like my Aunt in Florida’s drinking problem, Cincinnati always says they will fix their glaring issue in the offseason, but they take little action to change. And much like the guy who owns the liquor store down the street from my Aunt, the Steelers defensive line will take advantage of their weakness.
After starting the season with two straight losses, Cincinnati has won five of their last seven games, and they are looking to stay above .500 and in the thick of the playoff picture. Pittsburgh won the first meeting between these two teams behind a four-interception, seven-sack game from Joe Burrow. And with Ja’Marr Chase banged up with a hip injury, Burrow might come into their second meeting without his favorite target. The Bengals have struggled all year at establishing the run, averaging a measly 98.8 rushing yards per game. And while the Steelers aren’t exactly known as a team that will run all over opponents, they did a pretty damn good job of doing so last week. Pittsburgh finished with 217 yards on the ground against the Saints, and Kenny Pickett embodied the phrase all commentators use when a white guy can run the ball by being deceivingly fast. The Bengals’ defense is towards the middle of the league in almost every category, except they really struggle to put pressure on a quarterback. Pickett might still be young, but if he can take care of the ball like he did last week, the Steelers will win this game. I trust the Steelers defense more than I trust Joe Burrow without Ja’Marr Chase. Vegas likes the Bengals -5, but the Steelers will win this game behind a tremendous performance from their defense. Steelers’ Moneyline is the way to go here. Take the Steelers Moneyline and get your free $150 from DraftKings!