The Monday Afternoon Quarterback goes deep while he waits for the Black-and-gold Eyed Peas to take the stage... First down There’s one hyphenated word that scares Steelers World like no other. And it’s even printable. No-huddle. Offensive coordinator Bruce Arians switched to the no-huddle offense against the Tennessee Titans in the regular-season opener, and the results were only slightly short of sensational. But these are the Steelers, right? The physical, aggressive team that runs the ball first and asks questions later? Besides, the last time the Steelers threw the ball all over the lot, they finished with a 6-10 record in the 2003 season. Well, I’m here to tell you that the no-huddle can work for this team, and here’s why: Ben Roethlisberger ...
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