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Bold And Bizarre Predictions for Steelers vs. Rams, Week 7

After getting through the bye, the Pittsburgh Steelers face a task in Week 7 in the form of the surging L.A. Rams. With that there comes a whole lotta predictions as the Steelers strive to get on track. With that being said, SCN’s resident Nostradumbass is back to do the deed again this week. The following are predictions, some basic, some bold and some absolutely bizarre.

  • Najee Harris achieves the Black and Gold’s first rushing touchdown on the ground in the 2023 season. To celebrate the score and the 11th anniversary of Taylor Swift’s 4th studio album, Red, the “Naj” leads a flash mob of Steelers to the sounds of one of her biggest hits from that album and his jersey number, “22”.
  • Keeping with the Taylor Swift theme, Mike Tomlin also performs an adaption of the biggest song from that album before the game. Upon learning that Antonio Brown, in his never-ending attempt to rejoin the Steelers is in SoFi, Coach T. breaks out with “We are never ever getting back together”.
  • In his first game back since the injury, Dionte Johnson scores his first trip to the end zone for six since 2021.
  • Due to criticism of not celebrating the alleged audible against the Ravens for a score, Matt Canada celebrates Kenny Pickett’s TD throw to Diontae Johnson by doing the Macerena, which is also outdated.
  • Speaking of Big Ken, Kenny Pickett plays better and goes pickless. In the effort, Pickett throws for 210 yards, but is still sacked three times on the day.
  • After partaking in a Hollywood Studio Tour, George Pickens wonders aloud why he doesn’t have a star yet on the Walk of Fame.
  • Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren combine for over 125 yards on the ground.
  • Despite the heel injury, T.J. Watt gets two more sacks and gets to 10 total in a mere six games.
  • Chris Boswell is a perfect 2-for-2 on the day.
  • The Steelers defense surrenders a 300+ passing game to Matt Stafford and a 150+ receiving game by Cooper Kupp in the 23-20 loss in L.A.

Will any of this actually happen? I’ll bet at least one or two. Heck, maybe every one of them. Be sure to post your predictions — basic or bizarre — below.


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