Steelers vs. Packers: Writers' picks and predictions for a winnable Week 10 matchup

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The Still Curtain contributors overwhelmingly have the Steelers winning

"I believe Pittsburgh wins at home. Despite Green Bay’s win last week, these teams are going in different directions. With all AFC North teams in the playoffs as of this week, this game seems to be a must-win. Keep an eye on Pickens to have a big week." - Seth Ross (Steelers 20-13)

"Hopefully the Steelers are able to build off that offensive momentum from last week and that Kenny Pickett is able to finally play a complete game. Both offensives will be running the ball a lot so expect a low-scoring game yet again. The Steelers pull out a close win." - Blaze O'Block (Steelers 20-17)

"The Pittsburgh Steelers are searching for their second consecutive win on their third straight home game -- this time against a suspect Green Bay Packers team. Despite their poor 3-5 record, the Packers are a middle-of-the-road team that both score and allow 20 points per contest on the season. Though the Steelers might be worse than their record suggests, I have them claiming this home victory in Week 10, but the win will once again come on the backs of the defense." - Tommy Jaggi (Steelers 20-17)

"Coming off another of their signature ugly, one-score wins, the Steelers welcome the Packers to Acrisure this week. The Packers have struggled offensively in recent weeks and their defense has had trouble defending the run the majority of the season. Pittsburgh matches up with them about as well as any team they will face all year." - Shayne Kubas (Steelers 24-17)

"The Steelers are still searching for consistency on the offensive side of the ball. But they are poised to break out against a Packers team that’s having similar problems." - Cory Rogers (Steelers 27-13)

"The Steelers defense takes advantage of a turnover-prone Jordan Love to close out their stretch of three consecutive home games. Kenny Pickett and the offense build off of a solid performance against the Titans last week as Pickett throws for 2 TDS and 250 yards. Look for the Steelers to finally snap their horrendous streak of games with less than 400 total yards on offense. Pittsburgh takes this one." - Dawson King (Steelers 30-17)

"After a much-needed AFC victory against the Titans, the Steelers will look to keep the winning train on track against the Green Bay Packers. In typical Steelers fashion, we will need some fourth-quarter heroics to beat the Packers. Kenny Pickett leads a late fourth-quarter TD drive to win the game." - Eric C Hassel (Steelers 24-20)

"I don't think this team is out of the woods yet, and Matt Canada calling plays on the sideline is a better story than an actual trend. Pittsburgh falls short to a hapless Packers team." - Andrew Falce (Packers 20-13)