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1 Sep 10 PIT @ CLE FirstEnergy Stadium 1:00 PM Tickets CBS

Win

2 Sep 17 MIN @ PIT Heinz Field 1:00 PM Tickets FOX

Win

3 Sep 24 PIT @ CHI Soldier Field 1:00 PM Tickets CBS
Win

4 Oct 01 PIT @ BAL M&T Bank Stadium 1:00 PM Tickets CBS
Loss

5 Oct 08 JAX @ PIT Heinz Field 1:00 PM Tickets CBS
Win

6 Oct 15 PIT @ KC Arrowhead Stadium 4:25 PM Tickets CBS
Loss

7 Oct 22 CIN @ PIT Heinz Field 1:00 PM Tickets CBS
Win

8 Oct 29 PIT @ DET Ford Field 8:30 PM Tickets NBC
Win

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10 Nov 12 PIT @ IND Lucas Oil Stadium 1:00 PM Tickets CBS
Win

11 Nov 16 TEN @ PIT Heinz Field 8:25 PM Tickets NBC
Win

12 Nov 26 GB @ PIT Heinz Field 8:30 PM Tickets NBC
Loss

13 Dec 04 PIT @ CIN Paul Brown Stadium 8:30 PM Tickets ESPN
Loss

14 Dec 10 BAL @ PIT Heinz Field 8:30 PM Tickets NBC
Win

15 Dec 17 NE @ PIT Heinz Field 4:25 PM Tickets CBS
Loss

16 Dec 25 PIT @ HOU NRG Stadium 4:30 PM Tickets NBC
Win

17 Dec 31 CLE @ PIT Heinz Field 1:00 PM Tickets CBS
Win

The way the question reads, I thought you were talking about the Texans at first... but now I know you're talking about the Steelers.

You had them at 11-5
I have them at 12-4

Where my guess differ from your guess
I have Steelers wins against Ravens, Bengals, Chiefs, Packers
I have Steelers losses against Vikings, Titans, Texans

Note: I'm more of an NFC guy.

Ravens: Seems like they've had a ton of injuries on offense already... and I think they could hurt them, and their offense might have a down year.

Bengals: Have lost a lot of FAs the last two years, including possibility their best two OL from last year. I think OL is be a clear attacking points for other teams, especially ones that like to blitz.

Packers: Have a ton of talent, but they seem to screw up close games and for some reason Pack/Steel games always seem to be close ones. Plus they've struggled against some of the top WRs especially if they also have to worry about a running game... which the Steelers have both.

Vikings: Week 2 game... and the Vikings normally start the season strong (5-0 start last year) and then die in the second half of the season. Plus the Vikings might have the best defensive back 7 in the NFL. If they get decent OL and RB game going they might be a big threat for the playoffs.

Texans: Possibility the best defense in the NFL last year... and they got JJ Watt returning from injury.

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