Pittsburgh Steelers-Detriot Lions: Game Notes

Posted: 13th October 2009 by Josh Wetmore in NFL
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á Favorite Moment After James Harrison recorded his second sack of Daunte Culpepper for a 14-yard loss in the third quarter he gets up, jumps in the air, lands on both feet and grinds his cleat into the grass. For those who didn't recognize that, it was former Steeler and current Lion, Larry Foote's signature celebration. I don't think Harrison did it with malicious intent, but it a made statement and William Gay followed suit in the fourth quarter. á Favorite Play Ben Roethlisberger's 47-yard Touchdown completion to rookie Mike Wallace. The play was really deciding score in the game but even more importantly showed that Wallace has the mental fortitude to recover from a bad play. Wallace dropped a deep pass earlier in the game but stayed focused and made the play when he was needed. ...

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