This is going to be a tough spot for the Steelers, heading into Houston for a game against the Texans coming off a loss against New Orleans.
I think the Steelers will settle down with the turnovers. They're not a team that's going to turn the ball over three-plus times in every road game.
The Steelers actually match up with the Texans pretty well. Yes, Mario Williams is going to be a problem. But he's more of a power rusher. Trai Essex may be able to hold his own there - as long as the Steelers can stay balanced.
The Texans also have some issues of their own, as last week's 1-5 effort in the red zone against the Saints. They're also allowing 4.8 yards per rushing attempt and 12.5 yards per pass reception.
Arian Foster is expected to be back and see a full workload for the Texans.
Jonathan Scott, Doug Legursky and Brett Keisel are out for the Steelers.
Look for Pittsburgh to keep things close, but lose, 27-23.