Predict Steelers vs Pirates – Steelers Warehouse

As we’ve done in the past, the keys to winning (or losing) the Pittsburgh Steelers in today’s game. Three things have to happen for them to end up on the right side of the score and vice versa in today’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Expect below.

Steel will win if…

1. Attack Strikes (Multiple) Double Blast Plays

We only start from here because “divine intervention” was not allowed to be placed on this side of the ledger. Historic underdogs like Pittsburgh win when they can hit team play and swing the tide of the game. And boy do the Steelers need that this weekend? the problem? This hasn’t happened all year. As noted by Dave Bryan, a Pittsburgh offense is no more than 20 yards and no more than 40 yards. Unless Tom Brady throws six interceptions, there is no way the Steelers can win this game without changing those numbers. A 60-yard landing would be required in this. At the very least, high school in Tampa Bay was very poor. Of course, it was the same with the Buffalo and of course, so did the Steelers.

Divine intervention?

2. Tighten the defense in the red zone

Situational ball is always the name of the game but double up here. Tom Brady will move the ball. Always, always will. Just need to accept this reality. The goal would be to install the drives on field targets, and no landings occurred. This means defending the midfield on slender poles and cuts once Tampa Bay gets into the 20’s. It’s an obvious but important point. Tampa’s red zone offense has only been average this year, so it wasn’t a particularly strong place.

3. Red’s owner proves his worth

There is no TJ Watt yet. And now there isn’t even DeMarvin Leal. Since the second week, Pittsburgh has been leaning heavily on its 3-3-5 defense with Leal as the dash end to stand in hand with moving a lot along the Steelers front. Especially with Leal’s injury; s that happen later in the week, they will play more traditional packs which means more Reed. With only six pressures and no bags all season, Reed was a disappointment. He has a tough match against the Tristian Wirfs but Reed will be a man who has to step up. This should protect the spent secondary impulse.

Stiller will lose if…

1. LBs Devin White and Lavonte David Run for free

The ‘Loss’ list was just a file a little easier to reach. My biggest concern is the Steelers’ need to control the Big Nose Vita Via treatment. As Mike Tomlin said on Tuesday, you need “four hands” to stop him. Meaning, double team blocks. This begs the question – how do you get to the linebacker? Tampa Bay has two great players White and Davis, players who have never walked off the field, played 100% defensive strikes, and Pittsburgh has really done a poor job this year moving up to the second tier. I’m not sure how Pittsburgh decided this, and if they couldn’t, the running game wouldn’t gain any traction.

2. Mike Evans can’t be stopped

#1 threat to Bucs, Evans has been a big paying machine this year. Only 20 receptions but averaging about 16 yards per catch and three touchdowns. He’s a guy who can take over the game. Pittsburgh is missing its top three corners in this corner, and Josh Jackson/James Pierre or whoever rushes the Steelers will have to play. These guys have size but talent? It will be a challenge.

3. Pittsburgh is running out of bullets

The Steelers will have to go all out die hard He used a helicopter. Because they ran out of bullets. Injuries are bad enough. But Pittsburgh has been making up for it by introducing many different variations and staff gatherings, trying to beat the board rather than pure talent. Mixing and matching with individuals, and periodic coverage, using all the people available to them on different fronts and coverages. But with how draining this group is, they may run out of new ideas. And that will judge them because they definitely don’t have the talent to win at that alone.

prediction

Pirate: 27
Steelers: 13

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