Observations on the Bears-Steelers game Alex Brown introduced Ben Roethlisberger to the freshest sod on Chicago's lakefront Sunday afternoon. Twice for sacks, but more importantly, when he knocked Big Ben down in mid-throw early in the second quarter, serving up Charles Tillman with an interception. That was the play that changed the tone of a first half, that had the Steelers offense moving the ball at will on the Bears. On their first possession, the Steelers drove 92 yards for a TD, something the Bears defense rarely allows. On this next drive, that started at Pittsburgh's 10 yard line, they had already crossed midfield to the Bears 38 yard line when Brown came in and hammered Roethlisberger during his release, causing him to loft a rainbow arc that Tillman slid under, fo ...
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