Kenny Pickett and Ryan Tannehill, the quarterbacks for the Pittsburgh Steelers (4-3) and Tennessee Titans (3-4) respectively, will be commanding both of their attacks in a QB duel on November 2nd. The Titans defeated the Atlanta Falcons 28-23 during their NFL Week 8 encounter. The Steelers recently lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars 20-10.
In their game against Jacksonville on Sunday, Pittsburgh lost steam as they were surpassed 377-261 and limited to 3-for-12 on 3rd down. In addition, backup quarterback Mitch Trubisky (15-for-27 for 138 yards, a touchdown, and 2 interceptions) had to play in the second period for the Steelers after starter quarterback Kenny Pickett (10-for-16 for 73 yards) had an injury to his ribs. In the current campaign, the Steelers have suffered 3 double-digit defeats.
T.J. Watt, a 3-time first-team All-Pro, 5-time Pro Bowler, and previous Defensive Player of the Year, is the leader of the Steelers. With 8.5 sacks this season, the Wisconsin star is presently tied for 3rd place among all edge rushers in terms of total grade (91.3). Despite missing ten matches in total throughout his 7-year career, Watt has so far collected an incredible 86 sacks.
With 4 passes that resulted in touchdowns in his NFL debut, rookie QB Will Levis gave Tennessee its confidence back against Atlanta on Sunday. The Titans ended a two-game losing streak with their highest point total of 28 since 2021. Although both sides gave up the football once, Tennessee had 6 sacks and prevailed in the time of possession contest.
During his first NFL game, Will Levis scored 4 touchdowns, demonstrating outstanding potential. The second-round selection looked extremely good as he connected with DeAndre Hopkins on many deep plays. With Derrick Henry and DeAndre Hopkins, the offense has greater potential for huge plays. The Titans’ attack will be led by this elite veteran pair.
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Tennessee Titans vs Pittsburgh Steelers Game Information
- Date: 11/02/2023
- Time: 08:15 PM ET
- Location: Acrisure Stadium.
- How to Watch Titans vs Steelers: CBS
- Live Stream: NFL Game Pass