Opening weekend of the NFL season is still nearly three months away, but that is not stopping one analyst from counting out the Pittsburgh Steelers in their opener at the Buffalo Bills.
When asked on NFL Network to provide a team he believes is a lock to start the season 1-0, former NFL quarterback David Carr predicted the Steelers to get “rolled” in Buffalo.
Carr cited Bills quarterback Josh Allen, who he expects to have “a lot of fun against Pittsburgh,” as the reason for his confidence.
The Steelers have dropped their last two contests against the Bills, including a 26-15 defeat last season.
Allen shined passing for 238 yards and two touchdowns with an interception in the win.
They game is a 1 p.m. kickoff in Buffalo, and will broadcast locally on KDKA-TV.