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Matchup Analysis: Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers

Vegas Prediction

Vegas says: Jaguars 0, Steelers 0

FBG Projections

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Jacksonville Jaguars Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Jaguars Offense25.1 (+3.4) (8)142 (+32) (1)216 (-8) (19)
Steelers Defense19.2 (-2.4) (7)106 (-4) (10)201 (-23) (5)

Pittsburgh Steelers Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Steelers Offense25.4 (+3.7) (7)104 (-5) (20)274 (+49) (3)
Jaguars Defense15.9 (-5.7) (2)117 (+7) (22)168 (-56) (1)

Jaguars Rushing offense

Good matchup vs. the Steelers defense.

It’s hard to knock Leonard Fournette’s rookie season. He was the dominant force for a postseason-bound offense for most of the year, after all. He topped 1,000 yards over just 13 games, reaching 100+ a solid 5 times and churning out touchdowns at an impressive 3.4% clip. And his game log reveals a massive 181-yard explosion in the first meeting between these teams, then a similar 130-yard boom the following week. But since his Week 6 injury flare-up and Week 9 suspension, Fournette has struggled mightily for efficiency. He’s averaged just 3.76 yards per rush over that span, falling below 58 yards in 4 of those 7 games. And it’s worth noting that 90 of those 181 yards against the Steelers came on one late-game, garbage-time run. It’s not fair to simply remove a player’s best run in evaluating him, but it’s more viable as the sample size grows, and it’s a bit concerning that Fournette has definitively failed to create chunk runs all year. Just 26% of his runs went for 5+ yards, a lower rate than Lamar Miller or Ameer Abdullah. Chris Ivory and T.J. Yeldon, when healthy, are nominal change-of-pace guys behind Fournette; they’re decent runners but neither looks likely to erupt even with the opportunity, and as reserves they’re not fantasy-relevant. The wild card here is quarterback Blake Bortles, an underrated runner who supplemented Fournette last week with 88 yards on a career-high 10 rushes. He’s always a marginal threat in short yardage, too (seven ground touchdowns over the last three years).

The Pittsburgh run defense tends to vacillate wildly in quality, mingling dominant performances with awful ones. They’ve allowed 82 ground yards or fewer in 9 of their 16 games, but 130 or more in 5 others. They sit 10th in football in raw yardage allowed, but 6th-worst on a per-carry basis, and have allowed recent big weeks to Giovani Bernard (13 carries for 77 yards) and Alex Collins (18 for 120 and 1 touchdown). Leonard Fournette posted 181 yards and 2 scores in their Week 5 meeting, though it’s worth noting that 90 of those yards came on one perfectly-blocked run. Some of those eruptive games have come without star end Stephon Tuitt or linebacker Ryan Shazier, but some have; this simply isn’t a very consistent unit. They can absolutely lose at the point of attack, even with Tuitt healthy, and without Shazier they boast relatively little athleticism on the interior. Vince Williams is a solid tackler but no more than serviceable in the run game; the team misses Shazier’s blazing sideline-to-sideline pursuit.

Jaguars Passing offense

Neutral matchup vs. the Steelers defense.

Blake Bortles certainly spent 2017 overachieving and silencing, if only for a brief moment in time, his many critics. After a truly disastrous 2016 that suggested his development had not only stalled but reversed, Bortles post career highs in completion rate and adjusted net yards per attempt, as well as career lows in sack and interception rates. If nothing else, he showcased the ability down the stretch to both manage a game efficiently and pepper in big downfield throws. Bortles averaged 261.9 yards over the Jaguars’ final 10 games, topping 259 in 7 of them and throwing multiple touchdowns 4 times. Still, alarm bells went off when Bortles faceplanted on Wild Card Weekend. Stymied by strong Buffalo coverage, he completed just 12 of 23 passes for 87 yards, with a 1-yard scoring pass; his fantasy day was only salvaged by his 88 rushing yards. Only one wideout (Dede Westbrook) managed to catch a pass, and his 48 yards somehow led both teams. Bortles still looks relatively incapable of throwing his receivers open and struggles to create splash plays; he typically needs his wideouts to break free and present him with opportunities. The Bills do boast a stout pass defense, but the going doesn’t get much easier this weekend against the Steelers’ often-suffocating pass defense, so Bortles will need pinpoint accuracy to survive. Westbrook and Marqise Lee face winnable outside matchups, but it’s hard to project much efficiency here. Bortles was effectively hidden in the Week 5 meeting, managing just 95 yards on 14 attempts, and his efficiency numbers don’t suggest he would necessarily thrive in a shootout. This remains a relatively low-impact unit, one whose sporadic fantasy value is hard to project – especially in this matchup.

The Steelers pass defense has dipped noticeably down the stretch of the season, to the point that this is no longer the shutdown unit it appeared to be early on. After allowing a league-low 172.0 yards and just 0.9 touchdowns over the first 7 weeks, they’ve given up 267.0 (the NFL’s 2nd-most) and 1.6 touchdowns (tied for 10th-most) since. That run has included strong performances by the likes of Brett Hundley (245 and 3), Joe Flacco (269 and 2), and DeShone Kizer (314 and 2). There’s plenty of pass rush dynamism in play here, with an imposing line led by Cameron Heyward (12.0 sacks) and Stephon Tuitt and edge play sparked by rookie dynamo T.J. Watt. But the coverage unit has been up-and-down, with Joe Haden alternating great blanket coverage with shaky play on the boundary. We’ve seen numerous opposing wideouts capitalize of late: they’ve allowed a whopping 15 wide receivers to top 55 yards over the past 9 weeks, with 12 touchdowns given up to the position over that span. There are certainly opportunities to beat them downfield Sunday; the question is whether Blake Bortles can successfully navigate this pass rush to take advantage of them. When the Jaguars succeed through the air, it’s generally more from the ability of their underrated receivers to beat man coverage than from dazzling quarterback play, and that happens to be the Steelers’ vulnerability. Marqise Lee and Dede Westbrook boast winnable matchups on the outside, although Steelers slot cornerback Mike Hilton has excelled all year and should hold Keelan Cole in check.

Steelers Rushing offense

Neutral matchup vs. the Jaguars defense.

LeVeon Bell has been a predictably-great fantasy producer in 2017, churning out 1,291 yards (2nd-most in football) and a career-best 9 touchdowns. He remains a top-tier RB1 regardless of matchup; he just hasn’t been as prolific as we’re used to seeing. Following an extended preseason holdout, Bell has posted his lowest efficiency marks since his rookie 2013, averaging a ho-hum 4.02 yards per rush (down from 4.80 over 2014-16). Still, there’s plenty of reason for optimism, especially considering the way he closed the regular season. Bell averaged 4.89 yards over his final 41 carries, shredding both the Patriots (24 for 117 and 1 touchdown) and the Texans’ stout run defense (14 for 69 and 1 on limited snaps). Bell managed just 47 yards in his Week 5 meeting with these Jaguars, but much of that was fueled by the game flow of a 30-9 loss. This is an exploitable matchup, and Bell has long proven himself capable of spinning decent matchups into massive lines. The return of right tackle Marcus Gilbert is a boon, and Antonio Brown’s presence on the outside will always occupy substantial defensive attention. Bell projects nicely this week – he’s always an RB1 on volume and receiving ability, but his rushing outlook is stronger than it appears.

The Jacksonville run defense, a liability early in 2017, has rebounded noticeably and rounded itself into a fairly solid unit. Thanks to improved line play, especially from Defensive Player of the Year candidate Calais Campbell, and the midseason acquisition of ex-Bill Marcel Dareus, this has been a markedly tougher matchup for runners than we’d seen over the season’s first month. Still, there are vulnerabilities here, as we’ve seen in recent dates with Mike Davis (15 carries for 66 yards), Alfred Blue (12 for 55), and Matt Breida (11 for 74 and 1 touchdown). The linebacker play has been especially iffy against the run: Myles Jack is far more of a coverage asset than a gap-filler, while Paul Posluszny tends to see too few snaps as a solid tackler in the box. While opponents typically don’t rack up big rushing days, there’s often efficiency there for the taking, and dominant lead backs (like LeVeon Bell) can definitely spin it into strong lines. This unit held Bell to 47 yards in Week 5, but that was mostly done through game flow. This isn’t a dominant run defense, but it’s also not one to necessarily run away from.

Steelers Passing offense

Bad matchup vs. the Jaguars defense.

Ben Roethlisberger opened the year in underwhelming fashion, dealing with uncertainty in his receiving corps and offensive line. But he closed 2017 (prior to garbage/rest time, anyway) on an absolute tear, averaging an eye-popping 345.4 yards and 2.80 touchdowns from Weeks 11-15. On the season, he rode that rebound to good-not-great numbers by his own standards, with weekly averages of 283.4 yards and 1.87 touchdowns. On the whole, the numbers weren’t those of a QB1, but his late-season dominance certainly tells us he holds the same week-winning ceiling as always. There’s big concern over his matchup with the dominant Jaguars pass defense, which intercepted him 5 times in their Week 5 meeting. But it’s worth noting he still threw well (33 of 55 for 312 yards), and that Antonio Brown (10 receptions for 157 yards) still found plenty of room all over the field. Of course, the true X-factor here is the health of Brown, who hasn’t played in four weeks of real-time but looks like a go for Sunday. Brown was predictably scintillating in 2017, posting 101 receptions for 1,533 yards and 8 touchdowns in a little over 13 games. He’s amazing, a truly dominant force and one of the league’s more slippery matchups down the field – he registered a career-high 27 catches of 20+ yards this year. But if he’s limited, his margin for error will be next-to-nil against the coverage of Jalen Ramsey, A.J. Bouye, and Aaron Colvin. There’s dynamism elsewhere: LeVeon Bell remains a stud in the flats, while JuJu Smith-Schuster and Martavis Bryant present touchdown-generating mismatches. This matchup is truly imposing, but few passing games are more equipped with the matchup-busting talent needed to produce in it.

The Jaguars have spent 2017 (and 2018) simply suffocating opposing passing games. They’ve allowed a minuscule 187.1 yards per game – nearly 19 fewer than the No. 2 Vikings – and the league’s 3rd-fewest touchdowns (1.0 per game). That said, they’ve benefited from a particularly weak set of opposing passers. They’ve done just fine against the likes of Marcus Mariota and T.J. Yates but allowed Russell Wilson (271 and 3 touchdowns last month) to ride garbage time to a strong line. Still, they also intercepted Wilson three times, driving home that their smothering, aggressive play is capable of demolishing a passing game. And no one knows that more than Ben Roethlisberger, whom they intercepted 5 times back in Week 5. The Jaguars had no answers for Antonio Brown – who does, after all? – but still asserted themselves beautifully in that meeting. Roethlisberger was the only quarterback to top 275 yards against them all year, but most of his production (312 yards on 55 attempts) came in deep garbage time. Anything is possible against the Steelers’ volatile pass game, and game flow will likely tell the tale here. But on paper, this matchup swings definitively toward the Jaguars, who are fully capable of pinching off much of the Steelers’ air impact – especially if Brown is hampered or rusty.

Steelers vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)8 (-2.0)8 (-2.0)9 (-1.5)9 (-1.7)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)17 (+0.9)17 (+0.8)17 (+1.0)24 (+1.7)
15Tom Brady602235298112-2017.717.716.716.7
16T.J. Yates47716831111108.
17DeShone Kizer65163031421661028.828.825.728.7

Blake Bortles (FanDuel: $7100, DraftKings: $5000)

16@ SF90325038223531027.227.225.428.4
17@ TEN601534158021906.
18vs BUF60122387101088017.217.216.316.3
19PROJ-Dodds2033224113200.116.816.816.8 (H=37)16.8 (H=53)
19PROJ-Tremblay21352420.914210.117.417.417.4 (H=39)17.4 (H=56)
19PROJ-Bloom182915411.26260.113.713.713.7 (H=26)13.7 (H=37)

Steelers vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)18 (+0.4)17 (+0.1)14T (+0.2)16 (+0.3)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)18 (+0.6)14 (-1.2)14 (-0.7)14 (-1.1)
15Dion Lewis33136712113014.015.014.515.0
15Rex Burkhead16412111507.
16Alfred Blue31161080000010.810.810.813.8
16Lamar Miller2010550111006.
17Duke Johnson3062016675015.521.516.520.5
17Isaiah Crowell361521000002.

Leonard Fournette (FanDuel: $7900, DraftKings: $6900)

16@ SF501848133220131614.516.0
17@ TEN52196905467013.617.615.617.6
18vs BUF5121570532107.810.89.310.8
19PROJ-Dodds22920.5321014.317.315.8 (H=30)17.3 (H=40)
19PROJ-Tremblay23970.5320014.717.716.2 (H=31)17.7 (H=42)
19PROJ-Bloom22710.63170.1131614.5 (H=25)16.0 (H=35)

T.J. Yeldon (FanDuel: $4600, DraftKings: $3400)

16@ SF40513110764013.720.717.220.7
17@ TEN845021-
19PROJ-Dodds4210.14280. (H=16)10.1 (H=32)
19PROJ-Tremblay5260.14290.16.710.78.7 (H=18)10.7 (H=35)
19PROJ-Bloom1204310. (H=9)7.9 (H=21)

Steelers vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)12 (-0.8)9 (-2.6)10 (-1.9)10 (-2.7)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)21 (+2.0)12 (-1.2)18 (+0.4)15 (-0.9)
15Brandin Cooks577460100012.
15Danny Amendola37422300002.
16DeAndre Hopkins566465100012.516.514.516.5
16Will Fuller53511000001.
17Rashard Higgins454368200018.821.820.321.8
17Josh Gordon5474115000011.515.513.518.5

Dede Westbrook (FanDuel: $6100, DraftKings: $4400)

16@ SF87747400007.411.49.411.4
17@ TEN5891900000.
18vs BUF36854800004.
19PROJ-Dodds3400.20005.28.26.7 (H=8)8.2 (H=17)
19PROJ-Tremblay3370.10004.37.35.8 (H=6)7.3 (H=14)
19PROJ-Bloom3310.10003.76.75.2 (H=5)6.7 (H=12)

Allen Hurns (FanDuel: $5400, DraftKings: $4000)

17@ TEN47533800003.
18vs BUF311000000000.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds3350.20004.77.76.2 (H=8)7.7 (H=17)
19PROJ-Tremblay3380.2000586.5 (H=9)8.0 (H=18)
19PROJ-Bloom2230.20003.55.54.5 (H=5)5.5 (H=9)

Keelan Cole (FanDuel: $5800, DraftKings: $4200)

16@ SF77136108000010.816.813.819.8
17@ TEN60843300003.
18vs BUF321000000000.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds2380.10004.46.45.4 (H=6)6.4 (H=11)
19PROJ-Tremblay2380.10004.46.45.4 (H=6)6.4 (H=11)
19PROJ-Bloom1140.1000232.5 (H=1)3.0 (H=3)

Marqise Lee (FanDuel: $6400, DraftKings: $5100)

18vs BUF3610001500.
19PROJ-Dodds3340.1000475.5 (H=5)7.0 (H=11)
19PROJ-Tremblay3370.10004.37.35.8 (H=6)7.3 (H=12)
19PROJ-Bloom4330.30005.19.17.1 (H=9)9.1 (H=17)

Steelers vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)2 (-1.9)2 (-2.6)3 (-2.1)26T (-2.4)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)23 (+0.9)22 (+0.9)25 (+1.6)26 (+2.5)
15Rob Gronkowski60139168016.825.823.330.8
16Ryan Malleck411300.
17David Njoku24323803.

Marcedes Lewis (FanDuel: $4700, DraftKings: $2500)

16@ SF44112202.
17@ TEN53321301.
18vs BUF48331701.
19PROJ-Dodds2200. (H=3)4.6 (H=11)
19PROJ-Tremblay2220. (H=4)4.8 (H=12)
19PROJ-Bloom150. (H=0)2.1 (H=2)

James OShaughnessy (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $2500)

16@ SF35653919.914.912.414.9
17@ TEN112000000.00.0
18vs BUF160000000.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds190. (H=1)2.5 (H=3)
19PROJ-Tremblay1100. (H=1)2.6 (H=4)
19PROJ-Bloom000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Steelers vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)1 (-1.9)1 (-1.9)3 (-1.9) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)4 (-2.5)4 (-2.5)8T (-2.3) (+0.0)
15Stephen Gostkowski2212778.00.0
16Kaimi Fairbairn0000000.00.0
17Zane Gonzalez1133668.00.0

Josh Lambo (FanDuel: $4600, DraftKings: $--)

16@ SF1123556.00.0
17@ TEN1111445.00.0
18vs BUF1111445.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds1. (H=10)6.4
19PROJ-Tremblay1. (H=9)6.0

Steelers vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)6 (-1.9)6 (-1.9)5 (-2.8)5 (-2.8)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)4T (-3.0)4T (-3.0)1T (-4.9)1T (-4.9)
15New England Patriots2441321000444.04.0
16Houston Texans343300000000-1.0-1.0
17Cleveland Browns2834831100776.06.0

Jacksonville Jaguars (FanDuel: $4700, DraftKings: $3300)

16@ SF44.0036911000331.01.0
17@ TEN15.0023230101171712.012.0
18vs BUF3.00263220006613.013.0
19PROJ-Dodds24.103702.210.600. (H=15)8.1 (H=22)
19PROJ-Tremblay24.253732.41.10.600. (H=17)8.5 (H=24)

Jaguars vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)1 (-4.9)1 (-4.9)1 (-4.9)1 (-5.1)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)6 (-2.6)6 (-2.6)7 (-2.3)6 (-2.6)
15T.J. Yates621231128110009.
16Jimmy Garoppolo6821302422133125.425.423.023.0
17Marcus Mariota651221134101060016.716.713.414.4
18Tyrod Taylor7317371340172708.

Ben Roethlisberger (FanDuel: $8000, DraftKings: $6200)

16@ HOU542029226201-1019.219.216.916.9
19PROJ-Dodds22362541.71240.119.519.519.5 (H=42)19.5 (H=55)
19PROJ-Tremblay24372571.71.1250.119.719.719.7 (H=43)19.7 (H=56)
19PROJ-Bloom22322151.51.2110. (H=31)16.2 (H=40)

Jaguars vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)10 (-0.8)12 (-0.8)12 (-0.8)11 (-1.1)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)17 (+0.6)18 (+0.0)19 (+0.5)16 (-0.5)
15Alfred Blue311255010005.
15Lamar Miller31932042103.
16Matt Breida2311741118014.215.214.715.2
16Carlos Hyde44215413319013.316.314.816.3
17Derrick Henry63285102166117.718.718.218.7
17David Fluellen100000000.
18LeSean McCoy57197508644011.917.914.917.9
18Mike Tolbert204150111002.

LeVeon Bell (FanDuel: $9400, DraftKings: $9600)

16@ HOU46146918528015.720.718.220.7
19PROJ-Dodds22920.75360.117.622.620.1 (H=38)22.6 (H=46)
19PROJ-Tremblay21880.65350.116.521.519.0 (H=34)21.5 (H=42)
19PROJ-Bloom25950.55300.317.322.319.8 (H=37)22.3 (H=45)

Stevan Ridley (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $3900)

16@ HOU10928000002.
17vs CLE29178010000141414.014.0
19PROJ-Dodds4170.10002. (H=2)
19PROJ-Tremblay4190.10002. (H=2)

Jaguars vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)1 (-6.3)1 (-9.0)1 (-7.2)1 (-9.2)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)3 (-7.7)3 (-11.4)3 (-9.6)3 (-12.2)
15DeAndre Hopkins5713480100014.
15Will Fuller58554400004.
16Trent Taylor25431910007.910.99.410.9
16Marquise Goodwin50633700003.
17Eric Decker41631800001.
17Rishard Matthews5121700000.
18Deonte Thompson65622301903.
18Zay Jones54422000002.

Antonio Brown (FanDuel: $9000, DraftKings: $8100)

19PROJ-Dodds6850.500011.517.514.5 (H=22)17.5 (H=35)
19PROJ-Tremblay6860.500011.617.614.6 (H=23)17.6 (H=35)
19PROJ-Bloom5630.40008.713.711.2 (H=14)13.7 (H=22)

JuJu Smith-Schuster (FanDuel: $7000, DraftKings: $6000)

16@ HOU527675100013.519.516.519.5
17vs CLE56109143100020.329.330.838.3
19PROJ-Dodds4560.400081210.0 (H=15)12.0 (H=24)
19PROJ-Tremblay4570.40008.112.110.1 (H=15)12.1 (H=25)
19PROJ-Bloom4420.30006108.0 (H=10)10.0 (H=17)

Martavis Bryant (FanDuel: $6700, DraftKings: $5000)

16@ HOU44436001806.
17vs CLE33766500006.512.59.512.5
19PROJ-Dodds3330.20004.57.56.0 (H=6)7.5 (H=13)
19PROJ-Tremblay3350.2030586.5 (H=7)8.0 (H=14)
19PROJ-Bloom3320.20004.47.45.9 (H=6)7.4 (H=12)

Eli Rogers (FanDuel: $5400, DraftKings: $3000)

16@ HOU2741600000.
17vs CLE2611100000.
19PROJ-Dodds170.10001.32.31.8 (H=1)2.3 (H=2)
19PROJ-Tremblay170.10001.32.31.8 (H=1)2.3 (H=2)
19PROJ-Bloom170.10001.32.31.8 (H=1)2.3 (H=2)

Jaguars vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)9 (-1.2)10 (-1.6)7T (-1.3)8T (-1.7)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)9 (-1.7)7 (-2.0)7 (-1.9)7 (-2.1)
15Stephen Anderson3430000.
16George Kittle353342110.213.211.713.2
17Delanie Walker34531901.
18Nick OLeary46622202.

Jesse James (FanDuel: $5500, DraftKings: $3500)

16@ HOU321000000.00.0
17vs CLE3722900.
19PROJ-Dodds1150. (H=2)3.7 (H=5)
19PROJ-Tremblay2150. (H=3)4.7 (H=8)
19PROJ-Bloom2150. (H=2)4.1 (H=6)

Vance McDonald (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $2500)

16@ HOU29545205.
17vs CLE3721500.
19PROJ-Dodds2190. (H=3)4.5 (H=10)
19PROJ-Tremblay2170. (H=3)4.3 (H=10)
19PROJ-Bloom2260. (H=5)5.2 (H=13)

Jaguars vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)4 (-1.5)4 (-1.5)4 (-1.8) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)10 (-1.6)10 (-1.6)7 (-2.4) (+0.0)
15Kaimi Fairbairn0011111.00.0
16Robbie Gould1156888.00.0
17Ryan Succop3301999.00.0
18Steve Hauschka1100333.00.0

Chris Boswell (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $--)

16@ HOU2244101010.00.0
17vs CLE0044444.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds1. (H=18)9.1
19PROJ-Tremblay1. (H=18)9.1

Jaguars vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)8 (-1.3)8 (-1.3)10 (-1.4)10 (-1.4)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)18 (-0.2)18 (-0.2)18T (+0.1)18T (+0.1)
15Houston Texans454641000011-3.0-3.0
16San Francisco 49ers3347213001131312.012.0
17Tennessee Titans1022922200101017.017.0
18Buffalo Bills1023020000226.06.0

Pittsburgh Steelers (FanDuel: $5300, DraftKings: $3800)

16@ HOU6.0022771100111118.018.0
17vs CLE24.0037461101161616.016.0
19PROJ-Dodds16.903582.310.900.511.111.111.1 (H=24)11.1 (H=34)
19PROJ-Tremblay16.753862.310.900.511.111.111.1 (H=24)11.1 (H=34)