Tennessee Tumble: Titans Fall 13-10 in Close Opener with Pittsburgh Steelers

Posted: 10th September 2009 by Bryan Hollister in NFL
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I'll say this much: Based on their last two meetings, the NFL competition committee might consider ensuring that these two teams meet every year for the foreseeable future. For any fan of football, this was a game that had it all: run-stopping defensive fronts, otherworldly defensive backfields, big names making big plays—all in all, a hard-fought game that took an extra period to decide. Hines Ward beats Michael Griffin by half a step, and this game is over in regulation. Troy Polamalu doesn't injure his knee on an improbable field goal attempt, and the Titans may not get that first half touchdown. Rob Bironas dials in his first field goal attempt (all right, I'll admit that the snap was horrendous), and Pittsburgh loses by three. Polamalu leaps one second later, and Tennessee puts ...

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