3 teams that Joe Burrow could torch with his arm in 2022

Leigh Oleszczak
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1. Pittsburgh Steelers

Oh how the mighty have fallen, am I right?

Don’t get me wrong — The Steelers still have a great defense but it starts and ends with their pass rush. The secondary is going to be the weak link on that side of the ball and that bodes well for Joey Franchise, who had no problem picking apart the Steelers defense in two games last year and likely won’t have a problem doing so again this year.

Minkah Fitzpatrick is a stud but aside from him, the rest of the Steelers secondary is a whole lot of “meh”. Cameron Sutton, Levi Wallace, Ahkello Witherspoon, and Terrell Edmunds make up the rest of the starting secondary in Pittsburgh, and again… whole lot of “meh” right there.

Burrow showed last year that he doesn’t care about the history between these two teams and how Pittsburgh has generally beaten up on the stripes. Nope, Burrow went out there and dominated and it won’t be shocking to see him do so again in 2022.

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Expect big things from Joe Burrow when he goes up against these three defenses in 2022.