Steelers’ JuJu Smith-Schuster Tweets ‘Of Course I’m Playing Sunday’ Vs. Saints

Yolanda Curtis
December 24, 2018

New Orleans, with the home field advantage, can secure the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs with a win today.

New Orleans is home again next week to square off in the second of two against the Carolina Panthers without Cam Newton.

For the Steelers, they fall behind the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC North and may be in danger of being eliminated from the playoffs.

In franchise history, the Saints are 1-7 in playoff games away from the Superdome.

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What's great here is that Smith-Schuster is engaging fans across the nation, not just his base in Pittsburgh. "Hopefully rest the starters for the last game". I wanted to ensure that we had an opportunity to win the game.

"It's so huge to be able to say we get to play here every game until the Super Bowl and obviously we got to win", Ramczyk said. First of all, I liked the play, the concept, I thought we had a chance to get it.

New Orleans, which struggled defensively early this season, has not allowed any of its past six opponents to score more than 17 points and has held two teams to less than 10.

"That's something we were talking about all week, now it's just gravy on that", cornerback Eli Apple said. "That's the biggest thing, just playing as a team".

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"We've known this was the goal was to get this, to make it come through our house", Morstead said.

Conner will remain sidelined and leave the Steelers' backfield in the hands of Jaylen Samuels and Stevan Ridley.

Samuels, a fifth-round pick, lit up New England for 172 total yards.

There's plenty of NFL players who don't care about your fantasy football team.

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"He's incredibly athletic. and a tireless worker", Roethlisberger said.

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