2017 NFL Week 3: Steelers Friday Night Five Questions

Happy Friday to all of you and welcome to yet another football-filled weekend as we all get ready for the Pittsburgh Steelers to play their Week 3 game Sunday against the Chicago Bears on the road.

The Steelers have only won once in Chicago in 12 previous tries and their only win in the Windy City came in overtime. The Bears are also one of two teams that Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has yet to beat. We’ve analyzed this game already fro every angle and there’s no real reason to believe the Steelers will lose Sunday to the Bears. With that said, we’ve seen Tomlin coached teams lose a few of these games in the past.

Fall has arrived and you can already tell it out here in Las Vegas. The weather was tremendous all day today. I think the 100-degree days are now behind us and Christmas will be here before you know it.

The Emmitt Smith “A Football Life” will air later tonight on the NFL Network and I suspect they will show a little footage of him from high school when he played at Escambia. Hopefully that footage isn’t from any of the games he played against Catholic as that man-child ran me over a few times. In his first game, in 1983, Smith rushed for 115 yards against us. It seems like in 1985 or 1986 he ran for almost 300 yards against us.

Ok, now on to this week’s five Friday questions. As usual, I am looking forward to several of you answering each of them in the comments below.

Have a safe weekend and peace and love to all of you.

Go Steelers!

1 – Rookie outside linebacker T.J. Watt will sit out Sunday’s game against the Bears so what percentage of the defensive snaps will veteran outside linebacker James Harrison play against the Bears?

2 – Will Harrison ever be a healthy scratch on the team’s inactive list this season?

3 – Will the Steelers defense have at least 4 sacks on Sunday against the Bears? Predict Sunday’s sackers.

4- How many catches and receiving yards will Bears wide receiver Markus Wheaton have against his former team on Sunday?

5 – Which of these 8 losses below is the most inexcusable and which one was the easiest to swallow?

Bonus – Will Stephon Tuitt play against the Bears?

Recap last week’s Friday night questions per David Orochena:

Question 1 – We named 14 Steelers defensive rookies that excited us after a first regular season game. The latest were Javon Hargrave & Artie Burns who debuted just last season in the 38-16 over the Redskins. Neither started or recorded any defensive stats. Surprisingly, Sean Davis who did start that game as a rookie was not mentioned by anyone. The others include Bud Dupree (2015) who DNS but did sack Brady. Ryan Shazier (2014) started in a win over Cleveland; had 6 tackles and defended 1 pass. Jarvis Jones (2013) DNS but played in a loss to the Titans when we scored a safety on the opening kickoff. He played behind LaMarr Woodley & Jason Worilds: all three are no longer with the team. LaMarr Woodley & Lawrence Timmons (2007) DNS but played in a 34-7 win over Cleveland. Troy Polamalu (2003) DNS in Pittsburgh’s 34-15 win over Ravens. He recorded no stats with safeties Mike Logan & Brent Alexander starting in front of him. Kendrell Bell (2001) started his very first game but did not record any stats. Levon Kirkland (1992) DNS in a 29-14 win over the Oilers. Rod Woodson & Delton Hall (1987): Hall started in the game ahead of Woodson at CB and scored the first points with a 50-yard return of a recovered fumble in the 1st quarter. Gabe Rivera (1983) DNS in a 10-14 loss to Denver. He played behind D-Linemen Tom Beasley, Gary Dunn, Keith Gary & Keith Willis who all recorded at least one sack in that game totaling 6 with Lambert adding a 7th. Joe Greene (1969) started in a 16-13 win over Detroit (their only win that season). No one mentioned ‘Bullet’ Bill Dudley (1942) who started in a 14-24 loss to Eagles. He rushed for 107 yards including a 44 -yard touchdown run and threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Don Looney. He also played on defense that game so merits mentioning here with such a grand opening game for a rookie. Kendrell Bell (8) & Ryan Shazier (7) got the most mentions but it is encouraging to see all the current defensive players that excited us from the very beginning.

Question 2 – Le’Veon Bell ran for 87 yards plus 4 yards receiving for 91 total yards. As a group, our median prediction was that he would gain 120 total yards. DirtDawg1964 & Marcel Chris Chauvet were closest both saying he would tally 88 yards.

Question 3 – Responses ranged from 0-14 plays with a median prediction of 7 snaps with the Steelers using the 01 personnel grouping. We were overly optimistic. There was only one play without a running back on the field; an 8-yard pass to Antonio Brown. The folks that said 0 or 2 got a point since no one could say just 1.

Question 4 – Ten of 45 folks predicted Ben would throw under 273 yards and got points. Guillermo Garcia-Gomez got an additional point for the closest prediction coming within 4 yards of Ben’s 243 yards passing.

Question 5 – No one was so bold as to predict the Browns having a winning season with total victories ranging from 2-8 this year. The median response is 5 – they have 14 more games to reach that mark.

This week Guillermo Garcia-Gomez led the scoring with two points. 15 others scored one point. Mea culpa, I forgot to bring the Friday Night Questions spreadsheet on my trip but will update the leaderboard on my return at the end of the month.


    1 – 15%
    2 – No
    3 – No – I think 3
    4 – 3-23
    5 – Cleveland was inexcusable – none are easy to swallow in any way at all…but in order to play this game I will say the Miami game…it was early enough to recover from


  • StrengthOfVictory

    1. 20 percent.

    2. No. That would, I think, cause FAR too many waves. Not to mention, as a situational pass rusher (at least), he’s far too valuable to make inactive.

    3. I think at least three, but could be four—Dupree, Hayward, and Hargrave.

    4. 3 catches for 27 yards.

    5. Easily the 2009 loss to Cleveland was the most inexcusable. It capped a five-game slide that caused the Steelers to miss the playoffs. I remember it was SO COLD that night in Cleveland, and fans were so dejected. I will always take a Baltimore loss as being the most excusable, because all the rules go out the window when it comes to that rivalry. Each team plays the other on another level of tough. Wins rarely come easy to the Ravens.

  • SkoolHouseRoxx

    1. 35%
    2. No our OLB’s aren’t the healthiest bunch.
    3. Yes 5. Shazier 2, Alvin 1, Heyward 1, and Chick 1.
    4. 4 rec 68 yds
    5. The Baltimore game was rough, should have won. The Dolphin game last year is easy to live with because they ended up being one of the hottest teams and plus we ended up spanking them in the playoffs.
    Bonus: Tuitt plays.

  • Michael Mosgrove

    as for last weeks question 2. i said 85 yards. i think thats pretty damn close.

  • DirtDawg1964

    Less close than 88.

  • DirtDawg1964

    1. 20%
    2. No.
    3. They will get 5 sacks. That Bears line is a mess. Chick, Dupree, Davis, Heyward, and Shazier get the sacks
    4. 4 receptions for 54 yards
    5. Oakland. That was infuriating. If I recall correctly, it was Garvin who took a poor angle allowing Pryor to prance down the field for the long TD. And Big Ben looked lost that game. I guess the Ravens game was excusable because they are such a huge rivalry but losing to Mallett still stings.
    Bonus. Yes, he plays.

  • Michael Mosgrove

    1 – Rookie outside linebacker T.J. Watt will sit out Sunday’s game against the Bears so what percentage of the defensive snaps will veteran outside linebacker James Harrison play against the Bears?


    2 – Will Harrison ever be a healthy scratch on the team’s inactive list this season?


    3 – Will the Steelers defense have at least 4 sacks on Sunday against the Bears? Predict Sunday’s sackers.

    yes. chickillo, hilton, heyward and alualu

    4- How many catches and receiving yards will Bears wide receiver Markus Wheaton have against his former team on Sunday?

    5/9 73 yards

    5 – Which of these 8 losses below is the most inexcusable and which one was the easiest to swallow?

    stupid buccaneers game was worst. kansas was easiest. kansas always been a decent team.

  • Beaver Falls Hosiery

    Dave, Maybe we’ll see you on 📺! Is your high school the same Catholic that Joe Scarborough attended – he of MSNBC Morning Cup of Joe show?

    1. 20%
    2. No.
    3. Yes, Tuitt, Hargrave, Dupree, Chickillo
    4. 0 for 0
    5. Oakland 09 worst. Win that game maybe momentum takes team past Clowns and on into the playoffs. Easiest to take. Miami last year but only after the fact. They much better team than folks expected.
    Bonus: Yes, he’ll play enough to get a sack.

  • Beaver Falls Hosiery

    We using same powers as NFL for any determinations. This will hold until next agreement negotiated between. Steelers Depot and readers which is scheduled for 2119.

  • Kevin Schwartz

    1) 25%. Maybe more depending on who else we have out there.

    2) I doubt it, unless they’re looking to save him for the end of the season/postseason.

    3) Sure – 2 by Dupree, 1 by Shazier, 1 by the secondary.

    4) I’ll go 2 receptions for 27 yards.

    5) I don’t remember most of those games, and don’t like to dwell on bad losses, so I’ll just go with the Ravens game because the Ravens were awful that year, and, if I recall correctly, it almost made us miss the playoffs. More importantly, I was at the game, and it was the one and only time I’ve seen the Steelers live.

    Easiest to swallow – all the rest.

  • Chris92021

    1. 33 percent
    2. No
    3. No. I say 1 because the Bears will be running a lot of 3 step drops and draw plays. That 1 will come from Ryan Shazier.
    4. one catch, 8 yards.
    5. The worst is the loss to Cleveland because honestly, it was all Arians’ fault for not running the ball with Mendenhall in gusty conditions. The easiest to swallow is the loss to the Charges in 2012 because we were not a very good team then and we just came off an emotional win in Baltimore the week before.

    Enjoy the game, y’all. It will be a tough one because the Steelers have a habit of these. Late Boswell field goal wins it, 20-17.

    And yes, Tuitt plays but only 30 percent of the snaps.

  • Ted Webb

    1. 5%
    2. Heck No
    3. No there have 3 Heyward, Chickollo, and Haden
    4. 4 catches 32 yards
    5. Raiders game most inexcusable Gradkowski was QB I believe. Ravens game easiest to swallow always a tough game no matter who’s favored and their records

  • SJT63

    1. 8.1%
    2. No
    3. Five – Dupree 2, Chickillo 1.5, Shazier 1, Heyward 0.5
    4. 0 for 0
    5. The Bucs one still gives me nightmares

    Bonus: No

  • Bryan

    1. 10%
    2. No
    3. Yes, Dupree (2), Chickillo, and Heyward
    4. 3 for 27
    5. Cleveland 09, effectively eliminated us from the playoffs and having any chance at defending our title. Easiest to swallow would be Chargers in 2012, there was little chance of us doing anything in the playoffs had we made it anyways, and it was Ben’s first game back from injury I believe.

    Bonus: No

  • WreckIess

    1. I don’t know about percentages, but probably around 10 snaps.
    2. Nope
    3. Yes. Dupree, Heyward twice, Hilton, and Alualu.
    4. None.
    5. Cleveland in 09 was inexcusable. Miami last year was the easiest to swallow. Future playoff team, Ben hurt, on the road.

  • Jaybird

    1) 12%
    2) if there are injuries to other positions and the OLBs are healthy, then maybe we have to sit a healthy OLB. But I would think it would be Moats , not Harrison.
    3) yes 5 sacks- Heyward, Dupree, Hargrave, Hilton , and Shazier
    4) 48 yards for Wheaton
    5) that Raven game against Mallett. Losing to the Ravens is always worse, especially as bad as the sucked that year.
    The easiest- I don’t know , I guess the Chargers cause we were not a very good team either back then.
    Bonus: yes Tuitt practiced , so Tuitt plays.

  • Luneth Gardens

    No, 3. Heyward, Hargrave, Hayden. Triple H!
    3 for 21 yrds
    MIA last year. The Steelers were MIA in that one
    Yes, but less than 50%.

  • David Henderson

    1-30 %
    3-5 Heyward 2, Harrison, Hargrove, Chickalo, Hilton
    5-Cleveland is always disappointing

  • Beaver Falls Hosiery

    That’s 6 sacks

  • Harley Crockett

    Also in that game, Joe Burnett let an interception thrown right to him, right into his belly, fall right through his grasp … that int would have iced the game …. remember it like it was yesterday, unfortunately

  • Steelman72

    1. Deebo gets 25% of the snaps.
    2. No. Tomlin and the Steelers are afraid to make Deebo MAD!
    3.Yes, Steelers will have 5 sacks on Sunday. Cam:2, Shazier:1, Dupree:1, and Hilton 1.
    4.4 catches for 45 yards.
    5. Cleveland in 2009 (especially after losing at home to a bad Oakland team). Close second was Baltimore in 2015 with Ryan Mallet at QB. I would say KC was the least. Tough place to play regardless how good or bad the Chiefs are playing.
    BONUS: Yes, and well at that!

  • Pghomer

    1 – 8%
    2 – NO
    3 – No. Hargrave / Shazier / Heyward
    4- 2-23 yds
    5 – Cle / Miami

  • wa_steel

    1- 30-40%
    2 – No, unlikely we’re so healthy all year and everyone else is so awesome that we have some reason to have him inactive. Plus hey, he’s our backup longsnapper right 🙂
    3 – No I’ll say 3 – Heyward, Chick, and a DB
    4 – 4 for 45
    5 – Best to not dwell in the past. Lets just win this week.

  • DoctorNoah

    1. 40%
    2. Never
    3. 7 sacks. Dupree with 2. Harrison, Hilton, tuitt, Hargrove, Heyward, Chick
    4. 3 catches for 27 yards
    5. Oakland

  • Riverstko

    1. 30
    2. No
    3. No, 3 sacks Dupree, Chickillo, Hilton
    4. 2 catches 10 yds
    5. Easy to swallow sd, most inexcusable oak at home
    B. No

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  • Alan Tman

    1 35%
    2 No
    3 Dupree 2 Cam 2 Chickillo, Harrison, Hargrave 7 total
    4 DNP
    5 2-14 Bucs was a killer but because I froze my buttons off at the Raiders game and we lost because of poor clock management. Calling unnecessary timeouts and leaving way too much time on the clock. I left when we scored with 1:35 and they scored before I hit the cement outside.
    Bonus No

  • PaeperCup

    1. 20%. 2 pressures, 1 knockdown
    2. Nah, OLBs always get hurt. He’ll be active all season.
    3. 2 sacks I think. Cam .5 Chikc .5, Dupree 1.
    4. 3 catches, 26 yards
    5. The Oakland game sticks out to me. Bruce led them to victory in that one if I’m not mistaken.

    B: yup

  • PaeperCup

    I don’t think that Oakland game was the one Pryor went 93 yards to the house. This game is 2009, I want to say it was a Bruce Gradkowski led team.

  • LucasY59

    1. 10% not sure why he didnt get snaps last week, but it makes me think the % will be very low, I think he should at least get a series, but I expect Chick to get the majority of the snaps in Watts place

    2. no, but It would make sense to do so if they arent going to play him, I just dont think Tomlin (or Peezy) wants to be the guy to tell Deebo he doesnt get a helmet (but he does look good in sweats)

    3. 5, I hope they keep pressuring the QB, 1 each for Dupree, Chick, Cam, Tuitt and Hargrave (Tuitt being the least likely, could be a ILB or DB on a blitz for the 5th instead)

    4. 1-7, he will only get about 3 targets and I dont think he will convert many of them

    5. Oakland game was pretty frustrating (or am I thinking of a different game where Pryor had a huge TD run to start it off) any loss to the clowns is pretty bad as well, but to me the Worst was the Bucs game, they only won a couple more games that season (which made it so they could get Winston) most excusable would probably be the Baltimore game, they were terrible that season (but somehow swept the Steelers) there is a reason they are the biggest rivals and its because they will always play the Steelers tough no matter what kind of season they are having, the Miami game wasnt that bad either, Ajayi went off and the Dolphins ended up being a decent playoff team, so the Steelers probably shouldntve been favored by as much as they were *REALLY hope there is no let down game this season

    Bonus: I have him possibly getting a sack, so yes I think Tuitt plays, but Im not expecting him to play a lot

  • Jeff McNeill

    1) 4
    2) no
    3) Dupree 2 Hayward 1 Chick 1
    4) 0
    5) Baltimore
    Tuitt will not play.

  • JohnB

    1. less than 25%. I think they’re trying to get younger and give these guys time. Having said that…
    2. I don’t think Harrison will EVER be a healthy scratch.
    3. we should have more than 4 sacks. Dupree, Shazier, Cam and Hargrave will have sacks.
    4. Wheaton will get zero catches.
    5. Cleveland is inexcusable cause no TDs and its the browns. KC OT win sits easier with me.
    Bonus : I say save Tuitt for Baltimore. No snaps in Chi-town.

  • Ace

    1) 45%. I can’t remember if he plays left and right, seems like he is strictly a right side guy, which would be where Watt lines up. Think Chick is mostly left. Could be wrong but I think he will play a good share.
    2) Nope
    3) 4 sacks. Interior line is beat up, Long gets back but he’ll be rusty. I could see Hargrave 1, Heyward 1, Bud 1 and Hilton gets home for the last one.
    4) 3 for 22
    5) That required a little research for a refresh. I remember the Raiders one pretty well, wasn’t it Bruce who beat us? And Pryor with like a 90 yard td. But the one for me is the Cleveland game. Our line got abused that game and Pit was fully healthy then. Man that O line sucked. They just could not move the ball. Losing to Quinn was not fun. I yelled a ton that game.
    B) Yes he’ll play 15 snaps.

  • Carlos Ortega Fernández

    1. 12%

    2. No

    3. Yes, 4 is my number

    4. 3 catches, less than 30 yds

    5. The Dolphins game last year

    Bonus. Not yet, ,Tuitt will be ready for next week

  • srdan

    Yes 6-Harrison 2, Williams, Hayward, Dupree and tuitt
    That Jacksonville snow game when Fred Taylor torched us

  • NW86

    3-Yes-Dupree, Chickillo, Heyward, Shazier
    5-I don’t know, they all seemed pretty inexcusable.
    Bonus: Yes Tuitt plays

  • Mike Lloyd

    1) 15%
    2) Yes
    3) Hilton (1) Dupree (.5) Heyward (1) Chickillo (1.5) Hargrave (.5) Tuitt (.5) Dupree (.5) Alualu (.5)
    4) Wheaton 5/37
    5) Those last 2…
    a)The Baltimore game late in ’15 was hard to swallow when you are fighting for a playoff spot. Thankfully, the Jets were just inept enough to send us to the playoffs.
    b) Last year’s Dolphins’ loss was a head scratcher. In fairness though it was a tough spot in the schedule-away in the sun-they were caught looking ahead to New England. (New England and Belicheck always seems to get into the team’s head-mine too)
    Bonus : Tuitt plays!

  • Reader783

    1 – 30%

    2 – Hmmm no, I think Vikings game was very heat related

    3 – Yes: Cam, Bud, James, Artie

    4- 0 rec, 0 yd

    5 – Loss to Ravens when Ryan Mallet started…

    Bonus – No, at least I hope he doesn’t have to

  • heath miller

    1 harrison plays 25%
    2 no
    3 no… dupree and harrison
    4 3 for 65 yards … breaks one
    5 inexcusable tampa bay at home
    easiest to swallow miami 2016

  • Jay

    1. 22%
    2. Nope
    3. No.. i will say they get 3 (Hayward, Shazier, Harrison)
    4. 1 catch for 11 yds
    5. I want to say that all of them are inexcusable but if i had to say the most inexcusable has to be Oak.. 2 TD favorites and lose at Heinz?!?
    I think last years Miami is the easiest to swallow considering they ended up making the playoffs

  • erock634

    1 – 20%

    2 – He will hit inactive 3 times but 1 will be due to basic oldness.

    3 – 6 sacks – 2 from secondary (cb/safety)

    4- 80 yds

    5 – I can excuse Browns cause its division; I know how bad they are. But to lose to the Jets…

  • Swe De

    I haven’t participated in this yet, so I’m playing catch up. Let’s see how it’s goes…
    1. 17%
    2. No
    3. Yes, Heyward 2, Shazier, Dupree, Hilton
    4. 2 catches for 17 yards
    5. The Ravens. Late season during a playoff run, had the Bills not beaten the Jets we would’ve been watching from home…

  • Darth Blount 47

    1. With Watt out, it’s a perfect opportunity to let Deebo eat. After all, he IS the ROLB on the chart behind Watt. So hopefully around 42%.

    2. Haha. No. I mean… no. No, Mr. Harrison, Sir.

    3. Yes. Those the dump-offs to Cohen will limit what could otherwise be a truly high number. (Harrison, Hilton, Dupree, Hargrave, and Heyward)

    4. They sure do need him. I’ll say 4 catches for 41 yards.

    5. I’m going off of just my gut and heart and not taking into account as much (but maybe still a tad) the expectation/Vegas line. The one I can “swallow the easiest” was the loss to the Fins. I hate to take the easy way out, which is what that is, but when I go back and examine each game, that one is easy because of the Big Ben injury and Timmons doing his best David ‘L.A.’ Hogan (Stand By Me) impression.

    Hands down, no question, the most INEXCUSABLE loss was the ‘Mistake by the Frozen Lake’ game against Quinn and the hapless Browns. I swear to God, I still remember every single thing about that night. Where I was, who I was with, how I felt, and how many things around me got broken. I was thoroughly disgusted.

    Bonus: Tuitt WILL play. But honestly, I’d hold him out one more till Balty Ratbird time.

  • 1. 26%
    2. No
    3. Yes, Hayward, Hargrave, Dupree x 2, and Deebo gets one
    4. 4 rec. 51 yds
    5. The Miami game where Brown stepped out I guess was easiest to swallow? But the one that still burns, is the loss to Tebow and the Broncos, I know it’s not on the list, but that was unreasonable.
    6. Yes, sparingly

  • razaard2

    2- no, best run stopper from the bunch always useful if adjustments are necessary to stop the run
    3-no their OL is greatly underrated
    4- 3 for 56
    5- I almost killed someone on the Tampa game. Easiest to swallow probably Oakland cause I don’t remember that game haha
    Bonus: yeah limited snaps

  • Marcel Chris Chauvet

    1) 27%

    2) No

    3) Yes 4: Hargrave, Shazier, Dupree, and Harrison

    4) 4 for 48

    5) They all hurt. I’ll say Oakland was the worst and KC was the most understandable. Arrowhead has long been regarded as a tough place to play.

    Bonus: I hope not. Let him rest and get him healthy. This team has championship aspirations. Don’t wanna lose a piece like him because we jumped the gun and sent him back in too early.

  • Beeze

    1. 18% for Deebo if Chick and Dupree stay healthy
    2. No
    3. Yes. Gravedigger, Heyward, Sean Davis, Shazier, Dupree
    4. 4-48 with a drop at a crucial moment on third down
    5. Hardest was the Ravens debacle with a newly signed backup QB working us over. The easiest for me was the Thursday night game in the sleet and cold against the Browns.
    Bonus: Yes, Tuitt plays

  • jl9744

    1. About 15%
    2. Of course not, he is the ultimate closer
    3. If we don’t get hurt by their rbs then yes
    4. I’ll give him four
    5. The easiest to swallow was Miami in 16; the most inexcusable was the Tampa Bay loss in 14: needed to protect a lead in the final minutes at home and couldn’t do it and in the long run that game cost us a much needed first round bye with Le’veon getting hurt in the final game

  • Phil Brenneman II

    1. 11%

    2. No

    3. No I’ll say they end up with 3. Dupree, Heyward, and Tuitt.

    4. 2 catches for 15 yards

    5. I am not great at remembering specific games and context matters but without knowing details I will say the easiest to swallow is either the Chiefs or Ravens loss. The Chiefs because it is tough for anyone to play at Arrowhead, especially a team travelling cross country and the Ravens are always expected to be a tough game regardless of circumstance.

    The most inexcusable looks like the Raiders. 15 point home favorite vs a team that has to travel from west all the way east? Come on man.

    Bonus – Yes

  • J.

    1. 20%
    2. No
    3. Yes Dupree(2), Harrison (1), Heyward (1) Shazier (1)
    4. 3 catches for 27 yards
    5. Easiest loss to KC it was at KC and KC is often a tough place to play. Worst loss is Baltimore. Sure its division rival and at thier stadium but that team was bad and missing half their starters no reason to ever loose that game.

    Bonus: Yes he will

  • Jeff Papiernik

    1. 10%
    2. No, unless Tomlin has a death wish
    3. No, they will have 3. Chickilo, Heyward, and Hilton
    4. Zero
    5. TB at home was the most difficult to swallow. The Dolphin game wasn’t a bad loss

    Bonus: No, he will not play

  • Josh Cummings

    1. 10% He is due for some burn… but only in short relief of Chick and Dupree. I dont expect the defense to be on the field all day….
    2. No.
    3. Yes. Hayward with 2. Chick and Dupree each with one. Either Sean Davis or Shazier. both are due, 1 one will get one… i wont hedge.. it will be Shazier.
    4. 3 Catches, 45 yards.
    5. Tampa game. I remember the exact seat in a BWW i was sitting in…shocked with disbelief of what just happened. Went back to research why else it stung… Then I saw we had “Anti’Murders Row” in TB, Jax and Clev. lined up and couldn’t but worry we might lose them all.
    Bonus – Out. 1 more week of rest.. and we all know if he’s Active, he’s playing the majority of snaps. give me a 100% Tuitt for next week’s BAL game.