This is your Barker's Chris Mueller.
And here are three things to watch.
In Week eight of the NFL season, Steelers will attempt to start a season 70 for just the second time in franchise history when they travel to Baltimore.
The 1978 team also accomplish the feat, and that team went on to finish 14 and two and win the Super Bowl.
What's both good and bad for the Steelers is the fact that outside of their demolition of Cleveland, they have not yet played a complete game this season.
The fact that there are still unbeaten despite that is impressive, but the net effect of multiple close calls is that they don't cut the profile of a juggernaut despite their unbeaten record.
Inside linebacker Robert Splaine, who's filling in for the injured Devin Busch out for the season with an A C L tear, has already become a cult hero of sorts in Pittsburgh for his goal line stuff of Derrick Henry.
Last week, however, Spillane figures to be put to a serious test by the Ravens.
Is the Cleveland Browns offense actually better without Odell Beckham Jr.
That theory has been floated in some corners.
After Baker, Mayfield caught fire after Beckham left the Browns win over Cincinnati early on with a knee injury, one that turned out to be a season ending a C L tear.
After starting over five with an interception on his first throw, Mayfield went 22 of 23 the rest of the way with five touchdowns.
His Onley incompletion came when he spiked the ball to stop the clock late in the game.
Cleveland's five and two and the rest of their schedule isn't particularly daunting went over.
The Raiders would not only put them in prime position to end a 17 season playoff drought, but it would also further the notion that may feel might be better off if he doesn't feel the pressure of having to incorporate Beckham into the game plan early and often.
Lastly, the San Francisco 40 Niners looked dead and buried at two and three, but they've since 12 straight against division rival Los Angeles and New England no less.
Jimmy Garoppolo was great against the Rams, and then he sat back and watched while Jeff Wilson Jr took apart the Patriots on the ground.
Now the 40 Niners have a chance to truly muddy the waters of the hyper competitive NFC West by beating Seattle, the Seahawks have major defensive issues that haven't gone away.
Russell Wilson was uncharacteristically mortal against the Cardinals, and Seattle paid the price with their first loss of the season.
As a result, Kyle Shanahan is no doubt licking his chops at the thought of attacking the Seahawks secondary and of San Francisco can do so successfully and win the game, they'll make the NFC West race that much more interesting.
So there you have it.
Three things to watch in Week eight of the NFL season for yard Barker.
I'm Chris Mueller.