Pittsburgh Steelers welcomes the Baltimore Ravens to the first edition of the great rivalry in week 13. Meanwhile, Cincinnati Bengals want to drive an important victory over the Los Angeles Chargers, the Detroit Lions again hope for the first victory this season. At night on Tuesday there is a real top game.
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The game of the week
Pittsburgh Steelers (5-5-1) — Baltimore Ravens (8-3) (Sun, 22:25)
13 weeks took it, now it comes for the first time in this season to meet between two of the largest rivals in the NFL. Especially for the Steelers is about a lot. After the evil swatter against the Bengals Pittsburgh needs a victory to lose the connection to the competition in the playoff race and in its own division. Heinz Field and the terrible Towels will cook, so much is guaranteed. The Steelers will need a clear increase in performance over the last week. Defensive first threatened a painful loss: T.J. Watt was positively tested at Corona at the beginning of the week and could have missed the game. Watt needed two negative tests in front of the kickoff to play. On Friday and on Saturday he was tested twice negatively and is therefore used. In the open, both quarterbacks hope for a clear increase in performance. Ben Roethlisberger did not get foot on the ground against Cincinnati and threw a Pick Six — his aging body becomes more and more to the problem. Lamar Jackson hardly played better at Baltimore's victory over the Browns. The Ravens-QB threw entire four interceptions, more than ever before in his career. In Pittsburgh, he will have to significantly reduce his error rate. Baltimore is still committed to numerous players in the Secondary, all corner backs of the team are listed on the injury sheet as questionable. With Donate Johnson and Chase Clay pool, Pittsburgh has two strong receivers, which can attack a decimated Corner back group. At Marlon Humphrey, however, the trend goes in the right direction: The Star Corner was ill during the week, but will be able to play on Sunday.
Miami Dolphins (6-7) — New York Giants (4-8)
Result: 20: 9 (0: 0, 10: 3, 0: 3, 10: 3) Box score
Houston Texans (2-10) — Indianapolis Colts (7-6)
Result: 0:31 (0: 7, 0: 7, 0: 7, 0:10) Box score
Dominant Presentation of the Colts! Both offensively and defensively, the guests controlled the entire game. In the open lake, Carson Went, especially at halftime two, was once again largely withstood. Jonathan Taylor started at the beginning a little hard, but finished the game at the end but with 32 carries for 143 yards and two touchdowns. The MVP arguments for the running back remain.
The Texans could have gotten a worse start into the game. Trod Taylor glanced at his first pass of the game a bad interception as Kenny Moore a short pass from Taylor on the side line FALLING. After the first touchdown of Taylor, the hosts gave the ball again on their second drive: Pharaoh Brown dropped the ball after a screen pass.
Taylor, who got the ball hardly moved the entire game over offensively, was replaced in the second half by Davis Mills. However, the young quarterback could hardly make plays. Whether Mills came into play from performance or injury reasons was still unclear when playing. Taylor had previously been treated in the injured tent.
Indianapolis dominated the game with its defensive front. The Colts posted four sacks and eleven quarterback hits. With two sacks and three QB hits, al-Qasim Muhammad made a particularly strong game. He secured himself by his fourth sack of the season $100,000 bonuses.
Detroit Lions (1-10-1) — Minnesota Vikings (5-7)
Result: 29:27 (0: 6, 20: 0, 3: 9, 6:12) Box score
It's time! Twelve games had to wait for the Lions before they could finally move the first victory of the season against the Vikings — in an absolutely dramatic manner. Four seconds ago, the Lions once again had the chance to throw the ball from the Elf Yard line into the end zone. Jared Goff found against the Three-Men-Rush the Vikings Monera St. Brown and the German-American began the ball between two counterparts to the touchdown in the last second. 29:27, Minnesota had the victory in his pocket! The Lions had had to cope with a seemingly games-shaped Fourth Down shortly before a catastrophe. Deep in one's own half Callie Head Coach Dan Campbell a Play Action Pass, Blake Lynch banged Jared Goff but the ball out of his hand. Minnesota took over the possession of the ball and briefly scored a touchdown — with less than two minutes on the clock, the hosts marched again in the opposing red zone. The vikings had to renounce a lot of service providers in Detroit. Left Tackle Christian Arrival was missing as well as the two linebacker Eric Kendrick's and Anthony Barr, Running Back Alvin Cook and Pass-Rusher Everson attacked. Shortly after the start of the game, Star Receiver Adam Thailand was injured. Despite all the failures, the appearance of the team was naturally disappointing. Kirk Cousins showed a mixed performance against the little impressive defense of the Lions. The quarterback of the Vikings ended the game with 340 passing yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions, but he also lost the ball once with a sack and had one, two passes lucky that they were not intercepted by opponents. This idea could now have far-reaching consequences: the vikings threaten to miss the playoffs after the disappointing defeat.
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