What We Saw: Week 13

Diontae Johnson saved the Steelers' season with his two 4th quarter TD receptions

After struggling on offense for three quarters, the Pittsburgh Steelers were facing a 5-6-1 record and an uphill climb to the postseason. Then, Diontae Johnson struck for two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to help the Steelers fight off the Ravens in a hotly contested divisional battle. Johnson was money down the stretch, and he ran one of the best routes of the season to get wide open for his second score with under two minutes to play. Even with a limited Big Ben behind center, Johnson somehow continues to stay productive in this offense that often sputters in big moments.

It was a wild day of football across the league, and the What We Saw team has you covered for everything you missed. For the rest of What We Saw, check out the links above. Be sure to follow our Twitter account to keep up on all things fantasy throughout the week, and tune in to our latest What We Saw podcast.


Photo by Shelley Lipton/Icon Sportswire | Adapted by Justin Paradis (@justparadesigns on Twitter)

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