The Pittsburgh Steelers will face off with the Dallas Cowboys in Week 9 of the 2020 season.
This is the first time since 2016 that the Steelers are playing the Cowboys. In that game, Ben would throw a fake spike touchdown pass to Antonio Brown in what looked like the game-winning touchdown. However, Ezekiel Elliott would score a 32-yard touchdown run with 9 seconds left to seal the deal for Dallas. They were two of the better teams in the NFL and had Dallas not been upset by Green Bay, and Pittsburgh not lost to New England, they could’ve had a rematch in the super bowl.
This is an entirely different game. Despite their history of consistently meeting each other in the super bowl, they have met in the big game 3 times which is more than any other pair of teams in NFL history, these teams are at entirely different levels in 2020. Dallas is at a poor 2-6, while Pittsburgh is undefeated.
The difference in strength between these two teams is extraordinary. Dallas has one single chance to win a game and that is if Ezekiel Elliot manages to take a game over, despite an incredibly injured offensive line. The Steelers can win a game with their defense and special teams, or their offense at this point in time. There are a plethora of reasons why the Pittsburgh Steelers will beat the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, however, here are the biggest 3.