…are you sure it wasn’t the Steelers who played a Monday Night Football game that went into overtime who not only had to get ready for their next opponent on a short week but travel across country for a 1:00 kickoff while your body clock says its only 10 am. Then lose your cool and spit on your opponent? You would think so after Steelers offensive lineman, Trai Turner lost his cool and spit on a Raider and this after the Steelers get a catch and run Najee Harris touchdown, the first of his career. It didn’t take long for the Raiders to answer that with a spitball of their own that went for a 61 yard touchdown that didn’t break covid protocol. You know I actually thought the Steelers offense was heading in the right direction when they didn’t wait until the second half to put points on the board when Ju Ju Smith-Schuster scored his first career rushing touchdown in the second quarter to give Pittsburgh their only lead of the game. But for the second week in a row the Steelers defense spent too much time on the field and lost two key players along the way. JT Watt, who had a strip sack for the second straight game, had to leave due to a groin injury. Tyson Alualu fractured his ankle and could be out 6-8 weeks. And this was before they started the game without Devin Bush and Joe Haden both out with groin injuries. Granted the offense did have some splash plays like Dionte Johnson’s 41 yard pass completion that lead to their first touchdown. A 52 yard pass to Chase Claypool leading to a touchdown. And then the Wizard of Boz knocks through a 56 yard field goal, the longest in Heinz field history. But when it came to making splash plays it was the Steelers who got soaked.