The good start of Pittsburgh Steelers was interrupted by the suspension of the Week 4 encounter due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the Tennessee Titans. Now they will be measured in this Sunday Night Football of the NFL before some Philadelphia Eagles looking to get into a good rhythm after a bumpy start to the regular season. It will be an important meeting for Mike Tomlin’s men to resume the path of victories.
Big game for Pittsburgh Steelers
At first, Philadelphia Eagles does not appear to be an extremely careful rival to Pittsburgh Steelers. However, the performance of the quarterback of the Pennsylvania franchise, Ben Roethlisberger was well above expectations prior to the start of the season. That weeklong hiatus from the Titans situation may hurt that sudden rush for the quarterback.
Roethlisberger is coming off an injury that left him off the grid for 14 calendar weeks of the NFL. The QB suffered an elbow injury during Week 2 of last season, and has just returned to the ring with the squad in this regular phase. The field strategist managed to get into a great pace after the long forced hiatus, and will now be tested again.
Eagles vs. QB
While Philadelphia enters Sunday Night Football with just one win so far this regular season, records show the most aggressive team against quarterbacks in the entire season. NFL. The Eagles add an impressive figure of 17 sacks in the first 4 games of the campaign, a figure to consider for some Steelers who have just recovered their QB, and who interrupted their streak for extra-sports reasons.
The Steelers are not far behind
The category of sacks is not dominated only by Philadelphia. Pittsburgh Steelers he is second in the ranking of catches with a total of 15 at this start of the season. This is not a minor data, since the Eagles They arrive with several casualties on their offensive team. Carson Wentz will not have all the pieces he needs for protection in Sunday’s game. It will be a meeting of the utmost care for both quarterbacks.