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Not a great showing for either of these teams last week. For Cleveland, much like me at 8:42 AM every day of eighth grade, the Chubb was in full effect with three touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough as Joe Flacco led the Jets to an improbable win on the road. The Browns’ secondary has looked weaker than an iron-deficient vegan who spends most of his day on Twitter, and Garrett Wilson and company picked apart their defense like a girlfriend eating fries off a plate she didn’t order. This is a shame because Jacoby Brissett and the Browns offense have done their part. Through two games, the Browns rank seventh in offensive efficiency, twenty-seventh in defensive efficiency, and twentieth in special teams efficiency. While Brissett hasn’t lit the world on fire, he’s thrown forty competitions on sixty-one passes to the tune of 376 yards with one pick and two touchdowns.
Luckily for Pittsburgh, this is one of the rare circumstances where an opposing quarterback doesn’t have a distinct advantage over Mitch Trubisky. Although the Steelers didn’t get nearly enough pressure as they should have on Mac Jones last week, their defense is nothing to panic over. And surprisingly, the offense has had some pleasant surprises in the performances of Pat Freiermuth and Najee Harris through two weeks. For a team that didn’t know what they would be approaching this season, the Steelers’ skill players on both sides of the ball have been incredible. Diontae Johnson looks like he could catch an STD from a Mormon, Minkah Fitzpatrick has an interception in each game, and Cameron Heyward’s age isn’t showing. The Steelers also like winning against the spread as much as Andy Reid likes putting barbecue sauce on a dead pig. Pittsburgh is fifteen and seven in their last twenty-two matchups ATS. Vegas likes the Browns -3.5, but I think Pittsburgh covers and wins. This team has one of the best football minds behind it, so I think they will surprise the Browns on the road. Take the Steelers moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!