So, Mike Tomlin didn’t become the third head coach in NFL history to start out 2-0 in his first three seasons. The Steelers lost in Week 2 for just the second time in Ben Roethlisberger’s career. The defending Super Bowl champs lost for the first time since December 21, 2008, in Nashville. No worries. In many ways, the Steelers played markedly better in their second game than in the dramatic season-opening victory. A stagnant offense looked balanced and efficient (for a while, at least) as they racked up 119 first quarter yards. All three running backs had at least one gain of double-digit yards, and collectively broke the 100-yard barrier. The special teams held star return man Devin Hester in check, as punter Daniel Sepulveda averaged a ...
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