As seen on the weblog Steeltown Sports: One thing has become very apparent in the last four weeks: Safety Troy Polamalu is the Pittsburgh Steelers' most valuable player. Yes, there is a very strong case to have quarterback Ben Roethlisberger bear that mantle, and while it's highly unlikely that the Steelers would have won either Super Bowl in the 2000s without him, Big Ben bows slightly to the Unstoppable Hair.
Following the Steelers' inexcusable 27-24 loss to the Oakland Raiders, it has become apparent that Troy Polamalu is the "C" when it comes down to either losing games or closing them.
It's hard for Steelers fans, let alone NFL fans, to remember the Black and Gold losing so many fourth-quarter leads, but during the team's four-game slide, they've managed to surrender ...
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