Derrick Henry gains 11 sons, Colts forget Cooper Kupp is on the field, and the Steelers offense has the excitement of an HR presentation

Derrick Henry gains 11 sons, Colts forget Cooper Kupp is on the field, and the Steelers offense has the excitement of an HR presentation


Raiders vs. Steelers

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The Raiders are legit.

Pittsburgh still doesn’t have an offense that strikes fear in you, which made a difference at Heinz Field on Sunday. The Steelers’ offense is blander than a communion cracker placed on white bread.

It seems like it’s a chore for them to move the ball at times.

The Raiders, and more specifically Derek Carr, are playing out of their minds right now. The offense has a rhythm. They are connecting on deep passes with speedsters like Henry Ruggs III and getting Darren Waller involved. Also, the defense is learning how to be opportunistic and create turnovers. They’ve forced three turnovers in two games now.

Las Vegas will be a scary team to contend with in the AFC this season. The offense has great timing and the defense is consistently improving.

As for the Steelers, if they don’t fix that saltine cracker offense, they are going to be in trouble this year. They won’t be able to solely rely on that defense to propel them to the playoffs.



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Anthony Barnett
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