2016 NFL Week 13: Steelers Friday Night Five Questions

Steelers Depot Friday Night Five Questions

Happy Friday to all of you once again and welcome to the first weekend of December.

Come this same time next week, we will have a new puppy in the house. I am both excited and scared to death. I forgot what it’s like to have a puppy around and I’m sure challenges await us, in addition to several potty accidents.

Well, thanks to something going extremely wrong with my nervous system this past week, the doctor now has me going without caffeine for the next two weeks. Because of that, I’m not sure I want to live much longer. At least that’s my problem and not yours, right?

In case you haven’t heard, the Pittsburgh Steelers will host the New York Giants on Sunday in what figures to be a great test for both teams. I really think we’ll learn a lot about the 2016 Steelers on Sunday and especially when it comes to the defensive side of the football. It should be a good game nonetheless.

As usual, I have five questions for all of you to answer on this Friday night and I hope several of you can do just that in the comments below. Happy holidays to all of you and thank you for stopping by the site this week.

Peace and love, peace and love.

1 – During his Friday session with the media, Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown asked those in attendance to start addressing him as Ronald. He wouldn’t reveal the reasons behind that request, however. Now, please put your tin foil hats on and explain to me why you think he wants to be called Ronald.

2 – When it comes to Sunday’s game, what concerns you the most; the Steelers defense or the Giants defense?

3 – Which of these two things is most likely to happen on Sunday? Linebacker Bud Dupree registers two sacks. Fullback Roosevelt Nix scores a touchdown.

4 – How many passes will quarterback Ben Roethlisberger complete against the Giants that are thrown more than 15 yards past the line of scrimmage and between the outside hashmarks and the numbers?

5 – Do you still consider the New England Patriots the favorites to win the Super Bowl now that tight end Rob Gronkowski will reportedly miss the remainder of the season?

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