Here’s what I got out of the Steelers’ 17-14 defeat on Sunday afternoon: 1. There are good losses and not-so-good losses. And then there is the kind that the Steelers had against a very beatable Chicago Bears team. If you’re the defending Super Bowl champions, then this shouldn’t happen. Except for the absence of safety Troy Polamalu—and granted, that was a large exception—the Steelers had everything in their favor here. They had nine days to prepare for the game, while the Bears had played the previous Sunday night. The Bears were without linebacker Brian Urlacher, arguably their best defensive player; their secondary and offensive line were train wrecks; and their quarterback had come off the worst performance of his career. Too bad the Steelers consid ...
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