Steelers vs. Titans: Winners, losers from Pittsburgh’s Week 7 victory

Which players stood out and which ones fell flat on Sunday afternoon?

The Steelers handed the Titans their first loss to remain undefeated on the season. Despite Pittsburgh’s perfect record, no player is perfect. There are winners to be celebrated and losers to be criticized. Here they are.

Steelers vs Titans injury update: Good news/bad news for Pittsburgh

The Steelers got two starting OL back at practice on Thursday.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are just days away from the biggest game of their undefeated season. Pittsburgh hits the road to take on the Tennessee Titans and if there was ever a game when the Steelers needed to be healthy, this is it.

Pittsburgh’s Thursday practice report was a mix of good news and bad news. On one side, the Steelers had center Maurkice Pouncey and guard David DeCastro back as full practice participants.

The bad news is fullback Derek Watt and cornerback Mike Hilton missed practice with injuries.

On the other side of the ball, the Titans continue to be without wide receiver A.J. Brown. Brown only has two starts this season as he continues to deal with a knee injury.

If Hilton cannot go for the Steelers, Pittsburgh would promote cornerback Cameron Sutton into that primary nickel role. This is in addition to the loss of linebacker Devin Bush who suffered an ACL injury last week.

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