The question for "Thursday Night Football" this week: can the New England Patriots (2-10) or Pittsburgh Steelers (7-5) put up any points? New England might have reached a new low on Sunday, as the abysmal offense had its worst performance of the season yet, unable to score in a 6-0 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Bailey Zappe got the start at quarterback over Mac Jones, but there wasn't much to be impressed by, as the offense has failed to score more than 10 points in three straight games, and is now the worst-scoring offense in the NFL. The past week for the Steelers wasn't great either, as the potential playoff team was thumped by the Arizona Cardinals in a 24-10 loss. Not only that, but quarterback Kenny Pickett will be out for the next couple of weeks, a big blow to what was already a struggling offense. Can Pittsburgh show signs of life against a lesser opponent?