MisterAFC wrote:I've got the game on the Tivo and haven't watched it. I know what happened (and I don't like it!), but I'll watch the game anyway. On top of that Cleveland wins... not good.
I think you'll like how the game went a little better when you take a look at it. The Steelers had some bad breaks, some fluke-mistake type things that screwed them early and really put them behind the 8-ball; despite losing Smith, having Roethlisberger not-100%, and the unusually-poor performance their lines turned in on both sides of the ball, their "skill position" (ugh...hate how that term exempts the linemen) players on offense and defense made some big plays and put them in a position to still win the game.
If their lines can get their acts together, the Steelers are still capable of making lots of noise come January.