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NFL Picks and Predictions: Predicting the winner of Steelers vs. Giants Week 13

BTSC shares their insight on who will emerge the victor on Sunday between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New York Giants.

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The last two weeks of Steeler contests have been easier to predict for the contributors at BTSC. This week when the 8-3 Giants roll into town, a tougher task is expected of our black and gold clad heroes. What do the guys at BTSC think is going to happen? Feast your eyes on this.



Brief Analysis:

Anthony Defeo


Steelers improve to 7-5 after third straight win

Brett Foreman

PIT 31-27

Steelers win a close game with go ahead score in the waning moments of the 4th quarter.

Brian Nuckols

PIT 17-3

A surprisingly sloppy penalty riddled game is decided by a pair of 4th quarter scoring drives by the Steelers.

Dan Sager

PIT 30-27

Slight advantage to Steelers for homefield. Very slight.

Eric O’Connell

27-21 Giants

A NYG team that needs to win out to secure a wildcard spot brings some desperation that is too much for the Steelers to handle.


PIT 26-24

The offense is clicking on all cylinders but failed 2 point conversions keep this game a nail biter until Eli throws an interception with 4 minutes left which the Steelers use to run out the clock and secure the win.


PIT 23-19

Giants lack of a running game haunts them at Heinz Field. Steelers defense collects a couple of INT, including Artie Burns 1st TD.

Flip Fisher

PIT 38-35 OT

No defense allowed in a wild shootout.  While the offense fires on all cylinders, the defense is pummeled by OBJ and Shepherd.

Jeff Hartman

PIT 31-28

Call it a hunch, but the Steelers are on a roll. The defense creates yet another timely turnover which results in the team’s 7th win of the season, and third in a row.

Mike Frazer

PIT 27-17

The defense has a real test, and they come through. The offense still struggles a little, but Ladarius Green has a breakout game and Sammie Coates finally catches a ball again.

Robert Hitchcock

PIT 38-31

AB vs OBJ live up to every ounce of hype.

Bryan Davis

PIT 31-30

Without a potent running game to free up the passing game a la Dallas and Miami, the New York Football Giants barely fall short at Heinz Field. Lev Bell, in turn, is the difference in this contest.

You've seen who the BTSC crew likes in this upcoming game, but what about your prediction? We want to know who you think will win the game by placing your score prediction in the tool below. There it will be calculated, tabulated and compared to those at Big Blue View (SB Nation's Giants website). Time to show that BTSC is the more knowledgeable, and realistic, fans between these two legendary fan bases.