Monday, September 17, 2007

Steelers Haven't Proven Anything...? Not Exactly

In today's Pittsburgh Tribune-Review columnist Mike Prisuta claims that the Steelers have proven little by throttling Cleveland and Buffalo on successive weekends. Don't believe it. Certainly the Steelers have more talent than either the Browns or Bills but one can't take wins for granted in the NFL (remember Oakland last year?). The bottom line is the Steelers accomplished what they wanted to do--to beat two conference opponents in convincing fashion.

Next is a tougher game at home against San Francisco (2-0). But for now Steelers fans should be savoring the two wins, not minimalizing their significance. Click here to read Prisuta's column.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I totally agree. And after also seeing some of that Cleveland-Cinci game I see that the Steelers don't have the worst secondary in the league after all. As Deon Sanders said of the Bengals "they can blow coverages with the best of them." That was such a joke and I can't wait until the Steelers play them...and are the Ravens really all that? They don't impress me as an offensive juggernaut. Anyway, I hope the Steelers continue to fly under the radar, so to speak, maybe they'll play like they have something to prove all year.

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