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GIANTS VS STEELERS
MetLife Stadium | 9:10 am (AEST)
Ben Roethlisberger returns from a lost season and appears to be recovered from surgery on his right elbow. It won’t take long to find out for the Steelers, who are set with the personnel to spread the field and attack the Giants’ weak secondary. Pittsburgh took a decision at right tackle down to Wednesday and could use a rotation, but the Steelers tend to use shifts and tight end motion to keep Roethlisberger operating in a clean pocket. It would be a bigger worry for the Steelers if guard David DeCastro, who is questionable, can’t take the field. The Steelers are also looking for a rebound season out of James Conner in his contract year. Conner battled a knee injury last season. The Giants changed head coaches yet again, hiring Patriots assistant coach Joe Judge to run the show. How he handles the offense and development of foundation stones in Saquan Barkley and Daniel Jones is part of the Week 1 mystery for the Steelers’ attacking 3-4 defense. Barkley was largely limited by injury last season but still cleared the 1,000-yard mark. The Giants expect to be better up front, even without Nate Solder (opt out), but jumping directly into the fire against Pittsburgh won’t be easy. Jones has mobility in and outside of the pocket, but his fumbling issues could be exposed if the Steelers wind up with the lead and blitz him into mercy. Jones was sacked 38 times, had 12 interceptions and lost six fumbles as a rookie in 2019.
BRONCOS VS TITANS
Empower Field at Mile High | 12:20 pm (AEST)
Prep week turned into a nightmare scenario in Denver with linebacker Von Miller and wide receiver Courtland Sutton, the team’s No. 1 option in the passing game, down with injuries. Miller could miss the season with an ankle injury and Sutton dislocated his shoulder. Drew Lock is the starter for the Broncos at quarterback and expectations are high that Denver has the position settled following failed experiments with Case Keenum and Joe Flacco the past two seasons. To make it work, the Broncos want to run the ball early and often, adding Melvin Gordon via free agency from the Chargers to share time with Phillip Lindsay. Lindsay topped 1,000 yards last season including 70 yards and a touchdown in Denver’s 16-0 win at Tennessee. But Tennesse’s defense has teeth, even if newly signed pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney doesn’t play a big role in Week 1. The Titans are all about pounding the ball with Derrick Henry but changes up front might create a transition period for the offensive line. Ryan Tannehill threw the deep ball well last season and formed a strong connection with A.J. Brown.