We had perfect weather for viewing the game that everyone had waited to see. Scheduled to kickoff the 2009 NFL season, The Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers would at last face off against the last team to beat them, the Tennessee Titans. The delicate, early evening breeze was the perfect compliment to the warmth of the radiant, late summer sun that shone down over the city of Pittsburgh. The harmonious conditions that combined to form a beautiful evening were something to be enjoyed yet sadly, not a foreshadowing of a balance or a collaboration that we would observe among the Steelers' running backs. There was no one, two punch. There was nothing. The first quarter was abysmal. The first Steeler possession, the one we had waited for so long to see featured a dreaded sight ...
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