It was a Pittsburgh Steeler day in the AFC North. The Steelers traveled to Cincinnati and beat a winning team while the Ravens found a way to lose to a terrible Seahawks team in Seattle. Toss in another Cleveland loss for good measure.
Yes, you heard me. They’re 6-2 and looking every bit like a playoff-caliber team. Could they win the division? They control their own destiny with four games remaining against rivals Pittsburgh and Baltimore.
Andy “The Ginger QB” Dalton looks like a worthy second round pick this last draft. As does his favorite target, A.J. Green, their first round pick in ’10. Green is pulling down 5 receptions per game for an average of 15 yards.
Can you even begin to imagine the cancerous locker room situation in Bengalville? How will the mega egos of Ocho Cinco and TO ever manage to co-exist? Will there ever be enough footballs to go around? How can Carson Palmer ever hope to appease those two?
The Pittsburgh Steelers have walked a strange path so far this season. They started with a victory over their 2008 nemesis, the Titans of Tennessee.
For the second week in a row the Steelers’ defense dominated a game only to yield the game winning score with only seconds remaining. And, for the second week in a row, the offense looked productive in the first half only to sputter in the second.
He still wears a jersey with “Johnson” stitched across the back. But this isn’t the same brash and productive wide out of years past. His numbers are down across the board. Instead of 15 yards per catch he’s slipped below…
On a day that saw snow and on a field of muck Fast Willie Parker showed why the Steelers’ running game had floundered over the last several games: He wasn’t there. Back from injuries but still nicked, Parker pounded out…