Pittsburgh Steelers Dominate Denver Broncos at Mile High

Posted: 10th November 2009 by TJ Jenkins in NFL
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Once more the Pittsburgh Steelers defense has stepped up big and dominated a team. The best part about that is that they donÆt even need to have all 11 opening day starters to do so. Ryan Clark wasnÆt playing due to issues stemming from his sickle cell trait that can be potentially life threatening during games at high altitudes, and his replacement, Tyrone Carter, intercepted two passes, taking one back for six points which opened the scoring for the Steelers. Keyaron Fox started in place of middle linebacker Lawrence Timmons and was tied with 2008 Defensive Player Of The Year James Harrison in tackles to lead the team. Both had seven. Prior to this game, Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton had thrown only one interception. Take that number, and triple it. ThatÆs how many he threw ag ...

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