Happy Friday to all of you and welcome to Week 14 of the 2016 NFL season.
Well, we finally have a new puppy in the house and the first 24 hours have been quite interesting. I have forgotten how much attention they need in addition to how often they like to go to the bathroom. This first six months with her in the house will age me dramatically and it’s a good thing I don’t sleep much. We named her Finley Pearl, in case you’re curious. She’s our second West Highland White Terrier.
The (7-5) Pittsburgh Steelers will go back on the road Sunday and this time they’ll face a very desperate team in the form of the Buffalo Bills, who probably need to win out to make the playoffs. This game will likely feature some snow and a lot of carries by running backs. A Steelers win combined with a Baltimore Ravens loss to the New England Patriots would put Pittsburgh atop the AFC North division with three weeks remaining in the regular season. Not only that, the Steelers would enter Week 15 as the No. 3 seed in the AFC.
As usual, I have five questions for all of you to answer in the comments below on this Friday evening. I plan on reading every answer between potty trips outside.
1 – How many total yards from scrimmage will Bills running back LeSean McCoy have Sunday against the Steelers?
2 – The Steelers could be without the services of guard Ramon Foster and defensive tackle Javon Hargrave on Sunday as both are currently dealing with injuries. If I could guarantee that one of them will ultimately play and be 100% throughout the game, which player would you choose and why?
3 – Which will be greater on Sunday? Rushing yards by Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor, or receiving yards by Steelers wide receiver Eli Rogers? Predict both numbers for me.
4 – Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and wide receiver Antonio Brown need one touchdown pass to pass Hall of Famers Terry Bradshaw and Lynn Swann for the most touchdowns by a QB-receiver combo in Pittsburgh history. Predict the yardage distance of this forthcoming record-setting score.
5 – The over/under total points for Sunday’s game is currently 47-points at most online sites. Are you taking the over or the under?
Be very quiet. She's finally sleeping. pic.twitter.com/g8b91CfQui
— Steelers Depot (@Steelersdepot) December 9, 2016