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NFL Week 6 CBS Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals Preview

The battle in the trenches Sunday’s matchup will feature a battle in the trenches.
Conner replacing Bell Running back James Conner has enjoyed an incredible start to his 2017 campaign.
He is currently averaging just under three yards after contact per attempt (2.94) and an astonishing 6.4 missed tackles per game.
His production will be tested against PFF’s fourth-ranked run defense.
Heyward bringing the heat Interior defender Cameron Heyward will look to continue his impressive start when he faces a struggling offensive line.
Watt’s 54 coverage snaps rank first among his position.
Green has seen a career-high in routes run from the slot (30.2%) and has produced 4.53 yards per slot route run so far this year, the most among receivers with at least 50 routes run.
Offensive line struggling in pass protection The Bengals’ offensive line has struggled this season, allowing 64 quarterback pressures (seventh-most) and combining for the sixth lowest pass-blocking efficiency (82.6).
Vigil strong against the run Linebacker Nick Vigil will need to continue his run defense dominance against PFF’s fifth-ranked rushing attack.
Bates is currently allowing just 0.17 yards per coverage snap, which ranks sixth among players at the position.

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The battle in the trenches

Sunday’s matchup will feature a battle in the trenches. The Steelers’ offensive line owns the fourth highest pass-blocking efficiency, and they have allowed pressure on only 24.8% of dropbacks, the second-lowest rate in the league. They will be tested against the Bengals’ fourth-ranked pass rushing unit.

Conner replacing Bell

Running back James Conner has enjoyed an incredible start to his 2017 campaign. He is currently averaging just under three yards after contact per attempt (2.94) and an astonishing 6.4 missed tackles per game. His production will be tested against PFF’s fourth-ranked run defense.

Heyward bringing the heat

Interior defender Cameron Heyward will look to continue his impressive start when he faces a struggling offensive line. Heyward ranks eighth among interior defenders with 18 quarterback pressures and is tied for…

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