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Cameron Heyward posted three solo tackles, one assisted tackle, one TFL, one sack, two QB hits, and one pass defended, as the Steelers fell to the Ravens, 28-10.
Despite his best efforts, Heyward could not propel his team to victory and came up just short in a bid for the playoffs. Regardless, Heyward had the most productive fantasy season of his nine-year career and boosted his stock for the 2020 season.
Cameron Heyward tallied just two solo tackles, five assisted tackles, and one QB hit in a crushing 16-10 loss to the Jets.
Heyward was unable to be difference-maker on Sunday, a damaging blow to both the Steelers and the fantasy owners who were counting on him for a big performance. However, next week's opponents, the Ravens, have all but locked up the number one seed and may rest their starters. If so, Heyward and the rest of the Steelers may have a chance to pad their stat lines against the second-stringers.
Cameron Heyward posted five solo tackles, three assisted tackles, and one pass breakup in a close, 17-10 loss to the Bills.
Despite his best efforts to get to Josh Allen (five pressures, four hurries), Heyward couldn't quite get there in time. These peripheral stats do bode well for his Week 16 matchup against the Jets, who have been horrendous at protecting their QBs. Consider him to be a lock for your lineups next week.
Cameron Heyward had a decent day in 23-17 win over the Cardinals, notching two solo tackles, one assisted tackle, one TFL, one sack, and one QB hit.
Heyward didn't record as many tackles as he normally does, but his ability to rush the QB was a factor in disrupting Kyler Murray and the Air Raid offense. His generation of interior pressure is of the utmost importance for the success of Pittsburgh's defense, and he should be in line for a productive outing against the Bills next Sunday.
Cameron Heyward played well on Sunday, tallying three solo tackles, three assisted tackles, 1.5 TFLs, 0.5 sacks, one QB hit, and one fumble recovery, as the Steelers edged out the Browns, 20-13.
Heyward had a typical afternoon, doing a little bit of everything to help lead his team to victory. He's had three straight games of six total tackles, and figure made impressive by the position he plays and recovered his first loose ball since Week 11 of last year. Heyward should have another solid outing next Sunday against Arizona.