There’s nothing in Antonio Brown’s postgame Steelers video that was unusual or unexpected or made anybody look bad if you think about it.
In a game where the Steelers offense couldn’t get in the end zone, the defense delivered in a big way.
“I think I’ve changed my game for the better more than any other big hitter in the league,” the Steelers safety says.
It open doors for Le’Veon Bell’s running and provide a security blanket for QB Ben Roethlisberger among other things.
The Steelers were rolling, and the last thing they needed were the distractions that cropped up Sunday.
Who knows if Bell had pent-up frustration after missing the past two postseasons with knee injuries but he certainly played like it.
The Steelers QB is 34, in his 13th NFL season. He knows he is running out of time to win a third Super Bowl.
Former Pitt coach brings his TCU team to Morgantown for a Big 12 showdown with West Virginia.
The Steelers are healthy and a loss to the Dolphins Sunday would rank as one of the franchises worst defeats.
Steelers won in overtime after numerous Browns’ gaffes.
Roethlisberger was as relieved as happy after he and the offense played a near-perfect fourth quarter to pull out 31-27 win.
First draft pick of the Mike Tomlin era keeps his attention focused on making splash plays, and it has paid off in big way.
Nobody can say the win was pretty, what with six field goals from Chris Boswell, but as Big Ben says, “It never gets old winning in Ohio.”