Film Study: Secondary Concerns Doom Steelers

Posted: 9th December 2009 by Nick DeWitt in NFL
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There are two schools of thought going into Thursday's game against the 1-11 Cleveland Browns. The first school feels grateful that the Browns have no marquee receivers for the Steelers' struggling defensive backs to cover. The second school fears that the Browns will become the latest bottom-feeding NFL team to claim victory over the Steelers, channeling the success of similarly awful Kansas City and Oakland. Which school is right will be discovered when the teams take the field in what should be awful weather on Thursday night. The Steelers should beat the hapless Browns. Then again, they should have beaten the hapless Raiders, the hapless Chiefs, the hapless Bears, and the struggling Ravens. Heck, they should have beaten the Bengals, who didn't play a stellar game in either matchup, at ...

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