Packers: JuJu Smith-Schuster won’t be available for Steelers, per reportPackers: JuJu Smith-Schuster won’t be available for Steelers, per report by Freddie BostonThe primetime matchup features two teams that are trending in opposite directions. Green Bay has lost four of its last five games and sit at 5-5. The Packers’ season is beginning to slip away. Pittsburgh, on the other hand, is surging on a five-game win streak, sitting atop the AFC with an 8-2 record.
In four starts since Aaron Rodgers got hurt, Hundley has thrown for 783 yards, one touchdown and four interceptions. He’s fumbled as often as he’s thrown a touchdown pass this season. Last Sunday’s loss to the Ravens was his worst outing to date. Hundley turned the ball over four times (three interceptions, one fumble), leading to a humiliating shutout loss at Lambeau. Despite Hundley’s struggles and the Packers’ 1-3 record with the third-year passer as the starter, McCarthy still believes in him.
The Packers need a win to keep their fading playoff dreams alive. Unfortunately they run into a red-hot Steelers team on the road. Which teams will leave Thanksgiving weekend with a win? Here’s my picks for Week 12. Pittsburgh’s defense is allowing just 16.5 points per game, second-fewest in the NFL behind only the Jaguars. That’s concerning for a Packers team that has been stuck in first gear since Brett Hundley took over at quarterback.
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