No Troy Polamalu, No Super Bowl Defense for the Pittsburgh Steelers

Posted: 9th December 2009 by Teddy Mitrosilis in NFL
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Without those long, ferocious, black locks soaring through the secondary, unleashing fury on opposing receivers and running backs, the Pittsburgh Steelers have nothing. Take away the man who listens to orthodox chants before games, calls Istanbul his favorite city, may be the only NFL player to spend more free time reading than playing Xbox, and you take away the Pittsburgh SteelersÆ chance to defend their Super Bowl title. Safety Troy Polamalu said Tuesday that he is unsure whether or not he will play again this season. Polamalu has been nursing two injuries to his left knee. On the opening night of the season, Polamalu sprained his anterior cruciate ligament and missed PittsburghÆs next four games. Polamalu re-injured his left knee in Week 10 against the Cincinnati Bengals. This time i ...

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