After their Week One victory over the Tennessee Titans, Steeler Nation (or much of it at least) wanted to see the return of the old-school running game. Forget the fact that Ben Roethlisberger threw for 363 yards on 33-for-43 passes. Or that he led the Steelers into field goal range to tie the game near the end of regulation, and win the game on the Steelers' first possession in overtime, based only on his arm. Steeler Nation wanted to see a return to the running game, and that is what they got. Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it! After the Steelers' defense started the game forcing a three-and-out against the Bears, the offense picked up where they left off against the Titans. Roethlisberger ended a magnificent first drive of the game with a touchdown on 4th-and-goal from ...
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