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The Buffalo Bills Offense: 

The Bills offense has been one of the best offenses in the NFL, over the past 2 and it looks like that trend will continue. Josh Allen, yet again showed why he is one of the quarterbacks in the NFL, as against a Rams defense that made the super bowl last season, Josh Allen put up 297 passing yards, 4 total touchdowns and he completed 26 out of his 31 passing attempts. What was important for the Bills offense was that Josh Allen looked very comfortable both in the pocket, and outside when he was looking to run, this could be due to the Buffalo Bills having an improved offensive line from last season. Josh Allen was not the Bills only offensive weapon against the Rams. Stefon Diggs made Jalen Ramsey, who is widely regarded as a top 3 cornerback in the NFL, look silly. Stefon Diggs, put up 122 yards, and one touchdown on 8 receptions. Gabe Davis, also took advantage of his opportunities to exploit the Rams secondary, putting up 88 yards, 1 touchdown, and 4 receptions, averaging 22 yards per reception.

The Pittsburgh Steelers Defense:

The Steelers defense made the Bengals offense, who made the super bowl last year, look very uncomfortable throughout the game. The Steelers were pressuring Joe Burrow with ease, sacking him 7 times, including Alex Highsmith having 3 sacks. With Joe Burrow being pressured a lot during this game, it had him making some questionable decisions and even throwing 4 interceptions and fumbling the ball twice, including once for a Steelers recovery. Minkah Fitzpatrick was everywhere on defense covering tons of ground and even had one of the Steelers interceptions. The problem for the Steelers defense going forward is T.J. Watts injury. Against the Bengals, Watt suffered a torn pectoral, which is expected to sideline Watt for at least 6 weeks.