Or maybe the Packers will collapse as well, goodness lol
The Steelers were incredibly bad today. It may have been one of the 5 worst games I've ever seen them play. Not to take anything away from SD, but the Steelers O-line played the exact opposite of what they did last week. I actually didn't think Ben was all that bad even in the first half, they just couldn't protect him, and Wallace dropping the deep ball that Ben layed in near perfectly put a dent in any momentum they could have had in the first half. They couldn't run the ball effectively either. Curtis Brown couldn't cover in Ikes spot today. The field position and time of possession battle was dominated by SD when it mattered most. The Steelers are supposed to thrive off cold wet home games against west coast teams, but they fucked up against a team that had only beaten the Raiders, Chiefs, and Titans this year. Damn shame. The Steelers don't deserve any breaks to go there way the rest of the year.
"Now rushing Lyoto Machida, at times, can be like walking into a woodchipper, so you got to be careful there too" - the great Mike Goldberg
Stafford doesn't like the cold
Russell Wilson didn't play all that great today, but luckily for him, he didn't have to as the Hawks rushed for just under 300 yards and caused 8 turnovers.
Man I'm still depressed over yesterday's game. San Diego came into Heinz Field and just put a beatdown on the Steelers. But as bad as they played, I think all the credit goes to SD. They completely dominated every facet of the game. On the bright side,
he game this week against Dallas is basically meaninglessness, as all they need to do is beat Cincy and Cleveland in their final 2 games to get into the playoffs. Not that I want them to lay down to Dallas or anything, but I think you take this week as an opportunity to give a few guys some rest and try to get as healthy as possible for the final 2 games of this season, which is essentially the start of their playoffs.
Man. What do you tell Alex Smith?
Step into a world . . . where there is no one left