This Sunday the Pittsburgh Steelers will seek to end their streak of three consecutive losses and for this they will have to overcome the Denver Broncos, one of the teams with the best start in the 2021-22 season of the NFL.
The game will be played at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. It can be seen via streaming through the NFL Game Pass.
Day: Sunday October 10
Hour: 1:00 pm (US Eastern Time)
Place: Heinz Field, Pittsburgh
TV / Live Stream: FOX and NFL Game Pass
Team record: Broncos 3-1 / Steelers 1-3
After completing the concussion protocol, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater practiced normally last Friday and although he has not yet been confirmed for the meeting, the Broncos are confident that they will have him from the start of the game.
There are many doubts around the Steelers, who set off a negative streak at the start of the season and would be far from showing the level that led them to fight last season. The offensive line has struggled to establish itself and this was heavily criticized by former player James Harrison.
In the Broncos, only tight end Albert Okwuegbunam (hamstring), who has been absent in the team’s practice sessions since Thursday, is ruled out. Both quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (concussion) and running back Melvin Gordon III (leg) are in doubt but are expected to be available for the duel.
On the Steelers’ side there are four players who have already been disqualified from taking part in the game: cornerback Cameron Sutton (groin), defender Carlos Davis (knee), offensive lineman Rashaad Coward (ankle) and receiver James Washington (groin). ).