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7. Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers knew Sunday was going to be quite the tough battle when seeing how intense their rivalry with the Baltimore Ravens tends to be, but give them credit for stepping up when needed the  most. After suffering a tough loss at home earlier in the year during the first meeting between these two rivals, the Steelers came through with a win on the road this time around as well over the Ravens to put them in better position for the AFC North.

Remember all of that concern in Pittsburgh during the first month of the regular season when the team only recorded one win? All of a sudden, the Steelers are playing some of their best football after earning a fourth win in a row, and what makes this even more exciting is the offense continues to be successful without Le’Veon Bell in the picture.

As great as it would be to see Bell part of the action, the impact James Conner (163 yards from scrimmage with a touchdown) continues to make has been one of the best stories in 2018. Plus, when seeing how the Steelers are receiving similar production from Conner at a much cheaper price than Bell, it makes this situation even more enjoyable for Mike Tomlin and company.