The Steelers defense has had its fair share of ups and downs this year. But through it all, they’ve done one thing better than any other defense in the AFC, and that’s getting the
quarterback to the ground.
So coming off of the nine sack performance against Cleveland, the Steelers sit one behind the Vikings and the Tampa Bay Bucs.
It’s not necessarily something they hinge defensive success upon. Rather, it’s about game changing plays, wreaking havoc on opposing quarterbacks, and that’s usually how it manifests
T.J. Watt is closing in on Michael Strahan’s NFL’s single sack record? And you can expect him to break it in Baltimore, especially if he goes another four sack performance like
against the Browns on Monday night.